It tells me the key is wrong. I have seen for myself that it works in Vista, but Microsoft's database says that Office 2000. I don't want to spend a bunch of it learning how to use new tools that do things in new and abstruse ways that, in the end, do not allow me to do more, but rather to do differently. There may be workarounds but it is not a supported software. I haven't tried to locate the Office product key, but it's. If you are going to a Ribbon version, I would shoot for Word 2010 unless you need something in one of the later versions.
I get an error message that goes something like this. Many would argue Word 2000 was superior to Word 2002, too! Hi, For software and hardware compatibility, you can check in. Wondering if its worth going for the Home and Student one. Now there is a lot of published information about uninstall problems with Office 2007 and 2010 and various simple and more complex solutions, of which I tried several, but still had problems with installing Office 2007. I tracked down the full package filename O2ksr1adl.
After reverting to the restore point I installed the updates one by one and found that the offending update. Thanks for the info I will try to install it myself. My big problem is whether or not my Office will work. However, we will not be held responsible for inadvertent errors, nor should any visitor infer that we are providing technical advice or guarantees. If purchasing from a third party, read all the comments and install as soon as possible so you can get a refund if the product won't work on your computer. I succeeded in the end and I hope my experience may help others on this forum.
Office 2000's lifecycle ended on 2004 and July 14, 2009 for extended support. What are you downloading that file for if you already have Service Release 1a? My big problem is whether or not my Office will work. Some online stores sell an Office suite and show the retail box, but don't mention that the box contains only a product key for activating the software after establishing a Microsoft account and downloading the actual software. I have not tried Outlook but since I have retired 3 years ago I have no need for Outlook and now use web mail. The first time around I was asked for the 25 digit product key which I did type in. However my question concerns the. I can get disk 2 to work but not disk 1.
You can always try Yahoo answers. Updated: September 1, 2018 We've consolidated this information from Microsoft's websites and provided links where possible, but please see our Disclaimer below. I have never went out to look for updates as tghe features I am able to use seem to work just fine for me. Mine are slightly more sophisticated but work on the same principles. No installation issues or product key issues were noted.
I would recommend to upgrade to the latest Microsoft Office release, which is Microsoft Office 2016. What am I doing wrong???? It's runs great on Windows 10! The Microsoft documentation gives a lead on this but I didn't take out some of the low level stuff. These sales are permittted as long as the licensing rules are obeyed. That may not be the answer you wanted to hear but that's how it is. We hope our Windows and Office compatibility tutorial has been helpful. At this point the installation stops.
I'd install your copy and wait until the new Office 2010 Professional comes down in price to upgrade. Along with this I'm going to be buying a master copy of Win 7. However, because Office 2000 support ended in July 14, 2009 , there have been no fixes for issues that occur when this product is run on Windows 7. I did end up getting Word 2000 to run in Win7. Microsoft Office 2000 was launched in 1999, which is over 17 years ago! These folks often note that the activation code was printed on a white sticker instead of an orange sticker with the Microsoft logo.
I'm trying to keep costs down on this build. I haven't tested this but it seems to prevail online. Read purchasers' comments and questions, and understand the risks. Otherwise, best to find a newer version. Anyone else running Office 2000 with Windows 7 Home edition? Office 2000 is supported in Windows Vista, thus it should be supported in Windows 7 as well. On the other hand, I have Word 97 running on Windows 10.