Sorry If my question is a thick one. What gets me is that holding the license key is not enough. I have to have a machine fixed. How can I reinstall it using the product key only and without the cd? Mattomondo wrote: Chamele0n wrote: I actually just got done creating some images. But I'm not saying I disagree either yet. I purchased 2010 several years ago but it came without disc, just a piece of card with the number but I cannot find it.
But I'm replacing the machine that I have soon. This has advantages and disadvantages. It might work for the first couple of months only. I would like to include Office 2010 in my image. I checked Dell's advice on reinstalling Office, and it says to download the trial version and use the key to activate the full version. By typing following command in cmd- cd. However this would work somewhat like windows does.
My Office product came installed on my computer. Look how much time and money you just wasted. I just acquired two Microsoft Office 2010 Professional Plus keys. Then following my previous instructions for removing the Registration Key from the Registry. As with , Office product key is also stored in the registry, and luckily can be recovered with the help of third-party software. Davison wrote: This would only be possible if you were using a volume license version I actually just got done creating some images.
But then again, maybe it will just automatically ask for a key after the trial is over. Ran it again but still no key data for Office 2010. . ProduKey is a small utility for Windows 7 and Vista operating systems to recover Office 2003, Office 2007, and Office 2010 product keys. I asked their support, and they said to ask you guys. I think the problem is getting Office Protection Platform service to run. Now reopen office 2010 program, you will not get any error.
But enough about software licensing. Check out the Action Pack, and you'll want that too! For whatever reason, I have Office14 in both Program Files and in Program Files x86. As I understand that this issue was resolved, please consider in the future that software media is not provided as a result from that provider. I have never personally witnessed this in 2013. That way you don't blow up the license. If you want to reinstall an old piece of software, you usually need two things: the installation files and the product key. You could try a silent install by modifying Config.
Click on buy and version and it will allow you to enter your product key. December 29, 2014 David Vielmetter. Visit the for more information. Recover Keys finds all of them, especially keys for Adobe Premiere and the like. It's not guaranteed to find all your keys, but it usually works.
When you have an image on a new machine open office and it will ask you whether you want to use the trial version or buy a version. Then, write down the product key for Office or another app , and keep it somewhere. My guess is they are making it deliberately hard to download the. This will save me hours compared to manually installing Office on every machine! There are more and more financial professionals like me who are becoming frustrated with these shenanigans and are tired of throwing money at the problem. That means I have to install Office a minimum of 3 times and I only have two keys: One install on the original machine, one on the backup machine, and finally on my machine that gets back to me fixed. I don't want to have to use one key on the current machine and then use up the other key when I get the new machine. Hi, I am using the 64-bit version mentioned below but I am unsure at what point I am supposed to type that in? The Microsoft website provides downloads of their Office suite for users to experience a free trial of the software.
As you see this tool is also capable of recovering Windows product key. To get the product key, , and run it. This is a partnership between Microsoft and the consumer. I have been a professional in the financial reporting business for over 20 years. That way I have no problem moving the license to a new machine. If you downloaded your Office software, the product key is emailed to you at purchase and logged with your purchase site.
While you can't just copy an installed program and move it from one computer to another, there's a way to get the product key and installer for Office, and several other programs. It said it had added the entries to the registry, then took a long time to reboot. When I cleaned it, I was able to get back my windows 7 and norton antivirus. With an Office365 subscription, for example, your installation of Office products can span up to 5 devices at one time. There is a pretty good walkthrough of the process as well at:. I need to set up a bunch of new computers so I want to create an image to cut the deployment time. Open Command Prompt as administrator.