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29-Aug-2010, 12:32 AM #1
unregister MS Office from a dead computer
I have MS Office Standard 2007-Military Appreciation Edition. It allows for use on three computers. One of my family computers died and I don't know how to transfer the use of MS office from the dead computer to my new one. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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29-Aug-2010, 12:51 AM #2
Once the Product is activated the only way to free up a license that I am aware of is to call Microsoft and ask them to deactivate the license.
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29-Aug-2010, 05:01 AM #3
There shouldn't be any need to deactivate it, the terms normally allow you to uninstall or scrap & use on another computer up to the number limits

if the computer doesn't work then that should be fine.

install it on teh new computer & if you get activation problems a window will pop up with a contact number or email, use that to sort it out
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29-Aug-2010, 10:57 PM #4
I have MS Office Standard 2007-Home and Student Edition. It also allows for use on three computers. When one of my computers died I called Microsoft and explained the situation to activate it with no problem.
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