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Posted · Original PosterOP

can anyone help me how to fix this? after i ugprade my OS to w7 to w10, my microsoft office, didnt work at all. excel, powerpoint etc. my microsoft office was on Drive F. not installed on my Windows Drive

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, MrDrWho13 said:

You should re-install programs after installing Windows onto a different drive.

how can i reinstall it, i dont have the installer, its already installed when i bought the pc

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1 minute ago, Arcana said:

how can i reinstall it, i dont have the installer, its already installed when i bought the pc

How is it licenced? Do you have Office 365?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
4 minutes ago, MrDrWho13 said:

How is it licenced? Do you have Office 365?

i dont have.

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Just now, Arcana said:

i dont have.

I'm not sure I can help then. I'm not sure how to use your current licence on your new version of Windows. It might be worth trawling the depths of Google to find an answer. :/

Sorry about that.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, MrDrWho13 said:

I'm not sure I can help then. I'm not sure how to use your current licence on your new version of Windows. It might be worth trawling the depths of Google to find an answer. :/

Sorry about that.

was there a free download, with those microsoft office?

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1 minute ago, Arcana said:

was there a free download, with those microsoft office?

I don't think Microsoft Office has ever been free. You can buy it as a one time payment for just office or an ongoing payment which includes other things like Onedrive.


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