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Change version of MS office 2007

Discussion in 'Microsoft Office' started by prazetta, Feb 7, 2010.

  1. prazetta

    prazetta Flightless Bird

    Hi, im currently using MS office that came from Windows7, im sure its trial,
    but i dont know which version are my currently version, how do we know what
    version that we have?? reffering to my MS feature, i guess i have MS office
    proffesional, and yesterday i just bought MS office Home and student, can i
    enter Home and student key license for my current MS office (seems to be
    Proffesional ver.) ?? if we cant, what should i do then, should i uninstall
    my current MS office version then Install the Home student version?
     
  2. Peter Foldes

    Peter Foldes Flightless Bird

    Uninstall the Trial version along with the Activation Assistant before attempting to
    install your Retail Purchased version of Home and Student.
    Use Add\Remove to uninstall the Trial and if that will not do it completely then see
    below link. Do not forget the Activation Assistant also
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/971179

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    "prazetta" <prazetta@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:AAD80A75-1B35-4699-8C9C-825F64BA9761@microsoft.com...
    > Hi, im currently using MS office that came from Windows7, im sure its trial,
    > but i dont know which version are my currently version, how do we know what
    > version that we have?? reffering to my MS feature, i guess i have MS office
    > proffesional, and yesterday i just bought MS office Home and student, can i
    > enter Home and student key license for my current MS office (seems to be
    > Proffesional ver.) ?? if we cant, what should i do then, should i uninstall
    > my current MS office version then Install the Home student version?
     
  3. prazetta

    prazetta Flightless Bird

    Hi Peter, thanks for response btw, i seen a things beside "2007 Microsoft
    Office System" and "Microsoft office suite activation assistant" in Program
    and feature and i think it might be related with ms office, those are:
    - Microsoft Office 2003 Web component
    - Microsoft office 2007 primary interop assemblies
    - Micosoft office small bussiness connectivity components

    should i uninstall those too??

    and i found many MS office updates in my Windows update, should i install
    them first and then uninstall completely current MS office or those updates
    will be dissappear after i installed new MS office home student??

    -thanks-
     
  4. Peter Foldes

    Peter Foldes Flightless Bird

    Yes and Yes

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    "prazetta" <prazetta@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:89CBA5A8-E3E4-44E5-BF8B-185D1D415A1B@microsoft.com...
    > Hi Peter, thanks for response btw, i seen a things beside "2007 Microsoft
    > Office System" and "Microsoft office suite activation assistant" in Program
    > and feature and i think it might be related with ms office, those are:
    > - Microsoft Office 2003 Web component
    > - Microsoft office 2007 primary interop assemblies
    > - Micosoft office small bussiness connectivity components
    >
    > should i uninstall those too??
    >
    > and i found many MS office updates in my Windows update, should i install
    > them first and then uninstall completely current MS office or those updates
    > will be dissappear after i installed new MS office home student??
    >
    > -thanks-
     
  5. prazetta

    prazetta Flightless Bird

    um.. is it yes i should install
    them first and then uninstall completely current MS office??

    or yes those updates will be dissappear after i installed new MS office home
    student??

    sorry for asking again,was make sure :)

    thanks.
     
  6. Peter Foldes

    Peter Foldes Flightless Bird

    >should i uninstall those too??

    YES uninstall everything that is previous to this new install

    >and i found many MS office updates in my Windows update, should i install
    >them first and then uninstall completely current MS office or those updates
    >will be dissappear after i installed new MS office home student??


    You will need to re-install all the updates

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    "prazetta" <prazetta@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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    > um.. is it yes i should install
    > them first and then uninstall completely current MS office??
    >
    > or yes those updates will be dissappear after i installed new MS office home
    > student??
    >
    > sorry for asking again,was make sure :)
    >
    > thanks.
     
  7. prazetta

    prazetta Flightless Bird

    well actually i havent install those updates, its only like notifying me
    theres an update for it. so should i not to install them and they will be
    dissapear after i installed ms office home & student? coz i wont those notify
    keep shows.

    -thanks-
     
  8. Peter Foldes

    Peter Foldes Flightless Bird

    Install them only after installing your H&S purchased version

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    "prazetta" <prazetta@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:1855341C-480F-4F9F-816C-9F2254057519@microsoft.com...
    > well actually i havent install those updates, its only like notifying me
    > theres an update for it. so should i not to install them and they will be
    > dissapear after i installed ms office home & student? coz i wont those notify
    > keep shows.
    >
    > -thanks-
    >
     

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