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    Hey Guys,

    I had to redo my computer and lost all my Microsoft Office software. Any help would be great.



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    Which version of Office and do you have the product key?

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    Open office, free and compatible.
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    Or LibreOffice. I use it on Windows and Linux..

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    Use one of the KMS methods if you canít find your keys. Running Office 365 where without use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtv View Post
    Which version of Office and do you have the product key?
    It was office 16. I dont have the product key anymore. Everything was dumped when my computer took a crap

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    I'll second Libreoffice. Many of my documents created in Word (up to Office 2010) were heavily customised with various styles and macros for automation. Much of it ported across with no modification, The macros did require some manipulation but, that was because a lot of it was made redundant in LO c/-w MO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by akfiredog377 View Post
    It was office 16. I dont have the product key anymore. Everything was dumped when my computer took a crap
    If you have a legit key you can install it by logging into your Microsoft account.

    If not, then google office kms....

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