microsoft office 11



sweet_cheeks1967
07-10-2005, 02:10 AM
im fairly new to computers, but when i 1st purchased my pc in january (
windows xp) i had a 60 day trial of microsoft office 11, now the trial period
is up and i cant use these facilities anymore i cant convert to buy it as i
dont have a credit card, which is the best thing for me to do? would i be
able to download any of the office items for free? and should i delate the
trial period one? id be so gratful for any help on this matter thanks Ellen

Wesley Vogel
07-10-2005, 02:10 AM
Ellen,

You download viewers for free, but you can only look but not touch. Meaning
that you cannot make any changes to any of the files.

Excel Viewer 2003
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=c8378bf4-996c-4569-b54775edbd03aaf0&DisplayLang=en

Word Viewer 2003
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=95E24C87-8732-48D5-8689-AB826E7B8FDF&displaylang=en

You can open *.doc files, created with MS Word, with Wordpad. They may not
have all the original formatting. Right click a *.doc file, select Open
With and select Wordpad. Or open Wordpad, File, Open and navigate to the
*.doc file.

You can purchase any MS Office programs for cash at a local store, i.e.
Office Depot, etc.

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Hope this helps. Let us know.

Wes
MS-MVP Windows Shell/User

In news:8039CC79-D7B9-40E5-9C40-15AD2CA21345@microsoft.com,
sweet_cheeks1967 <sweetcheeks1967@discussions.microsoft.com> hunted and
pecked:
> im fairly new to computers, but when i 1st purchased my pc in january (
> windows xp) i had a 60 day trial of microsoft office 11, now the trial
> period is up and i cant use these facilities anymore i cant convert to
> buy it as i dont have a credit card, which is the best thing for me to
> do? would i be able to download any of the office items for free? and
> should i delate the trial period one? id be so gratful for any help on
> this matter thanks Ellen

Leythos
07-10-2005, 02:10 AM
In article <8039CC79-D7B9-40E5-9C40-15AD2CA21345@microsoft.com>,
sweetcheeks1967@discussions.microsoft.com says...
> im fairly new to computers, but when i 1st purchased my pc in january (
> windows xp) i had a 60 day trial of microsoft office 11, now the trial period
> is up and i cant use these facilities anymore i cant convert to buy it as i
> dont have a credit card, which is the best thing for me to do? would i be
> able to download any of the office items for free? and should i delate the
> trial period one? id be so gratful for any help on this matter thanks Ellen

Depending on your location, you can purchase MS Office 2003 (11) for
$240 as an OEM version. This gives you everything you had before.

OEM versions don't come with support and have a few other catches, but
they are the full MS Office product and work just like the retail
package.



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