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Office Home and Student 2007


Graham.

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I understand I can install it on 3 computers at home. I have it on my Vista desktop and two XP laptops.

I am about to install Windows 7 as a dual boot on the desktop. Can I install this program on 7 without it causing a problem with Microsoft verification tool?

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smackheadz

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you will need to look at the licencing in office but from what i have read looking into this it seems that microsoft will class a dual boot as two seperate installations so in answer to your question it seems the answer is no i'm afraid :o(

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bruno

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I tried to install this programme on three computers but it rejected the third one. I rang them up and they said it was only licenced for two and I would need to uninstall the third one and after I did this they gave me a new 54 figure product key. I don't how they would check that I had uninstalled it as they only had my word for it.

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