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Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by garyrs, Jan 31, 2003.

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  1. garyrs

    garyrs Thread Starter

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    When I open Microsoft Powerpoint, the registration wizard wants
    me to register the software. When I do, it says that it is already registered, but the wizard says that I have 28 more runs until I have to register. I have had this on the computer for 3 years, and I think my daughter probably registered it in 2000. I would go to Microsoft, but it looks like I will spend a lot of time peeling away layers, and may not get a solution. Win98se and Office 2000.
     
  2. PaveFE

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    When the registration wizard opens, it will ask you how you want to register. Choose the phone option and it will provide you with a 1-800 number. Make sure you have your CD Key handy becasue they will ask you for it. Then they will give you a confirmation number (Write it down in case you need to do this again in the future). After you put in the conf. # you should be good to go. This usually happens if you had to reinstall it
    Hope that helps
     
  3. garyrs

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    PaveFE,
    Thanx for the quick response. Sounds like it is the way to go.
     
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