20 Most Recent Microsoft Office PowerPoint Home and Student 2007 for PC Questions & Answers


Either buy it again or use open office
Microsoft will not give out keys because they were lost.

www.openoffice.org - Free office suite.

Microsoft Office... | Answered on Sep 07, 2015


Hi,
to open Power Point 2007:
Click Start, type in power point and click on Power Point 2007
for what do you really need Power Point:
Well, for creating presentations for yourself, friends, family, collegues, business meetings, for school...

Microsoft Office... | Answered on Feb 07, 2013


Hi kasibual

MS OFFICE POWERPOINT HOME AND STUDENT 2007 ACADEMIC LICENSE

You do not say where you obtained your MS Office PowerPoint Home & Student 2007 Academic Version. If this program originally came from a Microsoft Authorized or other legitimate source with the original installation disc and Product ID and was, when new, an unused, unregistered, unactivated, genuine version but you have either mislaid or damaged the original disc, then you could beg, borrow or buy any MS Office Home & Student 2007 Academic Version disc with which to re-install the program, using your original Product ID when a code is requested during the installation process. You could borrow a disc from a friend or an educational institution. You could go to a local repair centre with a comprehensive software library. You could buy a replacement disc on eBay.

http://office.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/installation-and-activation-information-for-2007-microsoft-office-programs-HA010173340.aspx

If you obtained MS Office PowerPoint Home & Student 2007 Academic Version from a third party, you will have difficulty knowing whether it is genuine, unused, unactivated and unregistered.

If you were hoping to be able to download MS Office PowerPoint Home & Student 2007 Academic Version, then you should be aware that Product Full, genuine, licensed versions of Microsoft Products cannot usually be downloaded. Microsoft have withdrawn downloads and direct sales of MS Office 2007 applications, the only remaining support services being updates and security patches during Automatic Updates. If there is some obstacle to your installing , here are some constructive, useful, helpful, practical alternative options to consider instead. One option is to download MS Office 2010 Pro 60-Day Trial and install it, carefully following each step:

Go to: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/try


If you do not want to buy or cannot afford a full, licensed copy of MS Office PowerPoint Home & Student 2007 Academic Version and/or prefer to pursue the downloading option, consider the latest version of genuine, similar free comprehensive Office Suite applications - OpenOffice and LibreOffice- downloadable free, from their original source, at:

www.openoffice.org

http://www.libreoffice.org/

You can use OpenOffice and LibreOffice simultaneously with MS Office 2010 Pro 60-DayTrial. If you delete MS Office 2010 Pro 60-Day Trial, well before the 60 day expiry date, and Remove all components of it from Add or Remove Programs (or its equivalent in your Operating System) and Restart before downloading and installing it again, it is usually possible to enter into further 60 Day trial periods. If you are determined to continue using it but there is some insurmountable obstacle to your installing MS Office 2007, then you might have to purchase a full, genuine, unused and licensed copy of the software from a reputable, reliable supplier, such as Amazon:


http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_i_2_13?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=ms+publisher+2007&sprefix=MS+Publisher+#/ref=nb_sb_ss_i_0_18?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=ms+powerpoint+2007&sprefix=ms+powerpoint+2007&rh=i%3Aaps%2Ck%3Ams+powerpoint+2007

Online offers of Free Licences, Product keys or Downloads of MS Office products are probably almost universally either not genuine, illegal, unlicensed or pre-used licence versions, downloadable only from illicit download sites or sites that are masquerading non-existent MS Office products as camouflage for the marketing of other (often unrelated) software, products or services. Even if you do succeed in finding a Product ID or download site that seems to work for MS Office PowerPoint Home & Student 2007 Academic Version, you will still have to purchase a separate, genuine, unused Activation Code for the product before you can successfully install it, use it with confidence, register it, activate it and download and benefit from Updates and Security Patches for it from Microsoft.

I hope this helps.

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Microsoft Office... | Answered on Oct 07, 2011


You can extend your office if u don't have product key


1. Go to Start > All Program > Accessories and right click on "Command Prompt" then click on"Run as administrator". Alternatively you can run Command Prompt as administrator by typing"cmd" in the start menu search box and pressing Shift + Ctrl + Enter.


Then, Go to

C:\Program Files\Common Files\microsoft shared\OfficeSoftwareProtectionPlatform\OSPPREARM.EXE (copy path)

And (paste) in command prompt

So type the above full path of the tool OSPPREARM.exe in the command prompt and hit enter. Your command should look like

"C:\Program Files\Common Files\microsoft shared\OfficeSoftwareProtectionPlatform\OSPPREARM.exe"


You are done! But remind that you can apply this trick only for five times. If you run the above command for the sixth time you will get an error message like this




Warning

It is recommended to wait until you only have only 1 day to activate left before doing this to make the most out of the 6 times you have to use this rearm option. If you use this command after done 30 days/expire day your office will not be genuine so use this before expiry day/30days...

Microsoft Office... | Answered on Jun 29, 2011


Try this:

Try to uninstall the Security Update KB 982158 WORKS! Steps look something like this:

1) Start

2) Control Panel

3) Programs

4) Programs and Features

5) Installed Updates

a) Look in the PowerPoint 2007 group

b) Find Security Update KB 982158

6) Uninstall and Update

7) Don't try to CTRL F or "Search installed updates" just use your eyes to locate it

8) Right click

9) Uninstall

10) (You'll have to exit ppt)

11) Reopen and you got your very own, most lovely, color changing hyperlinks!

Microsoft Office... | Answered on Mar 16, 2011


Try to uninstall the Security Update KB 982158 WORKS! Steps look something like this:

1) Start

2) Control Panel

3) Programs

4) Programs and Features

5) Installed Updates

a) Look in the PowerPoint 2007 group

b) Find Security Update KB 982158

6) Uninstall and Update

7) Don't try to CTRL F or "Search installed updates" just use your eyes to locate it

8) Right click

9) Uninstall

10) (You'll have to exit ppt)

11) Reopen and you got your very own, most lovely, color changing hyperlinks!

Microsoft Office... | Answered on Mar 16, 2011


It's an alpha-numeric code which can be found on the Box/ Envelope that came with the disc.

Format:

XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX

Thanks!

Microsoft Office... | Answered on Feb 13, 2011


Hi,

You cannot save all the 40 slides at the same time. None of the computer application has this option to do at one.

However you can save all 40 one by one without opening. When you give command to shut down the PC, all those slides which are opened, need to be saved and the PC will prompt you if you wanna save them before closing. Click Save or Yes to save for every save prompt window screen.

Regards,
Shawn

Microsoft Office... | Answered on Feb 03, 2011


Hi,

You cannot insert a single picture in all 40 slides at the same time, However you can copy the Picture and keep pasting it in all the slides one by one.

Power point slides do not have the option of doing multiple task one time on different slides

Regards,
Shawn

Microsoft Office... | Answered on Feb 03, 2011


Giving product key is considered to be illegal here . Any expert who gives product key is banned from service here . So i do not think any expert will give the product key.

Microsoft Office... | Answered on Jan 02, 2011


Take the software back to the retail store where you purchased it, and get a refund.

Either that, or look closely at the product-key:
- ZERO versus OH
- ONE versus ELL
- FIVE versus ESS
- EIGHT versus BEE

to make sure that you're typing it correctly.

Microsoft Office... | Answered on Dec 01, 2010


Try search the microsoft knowlege base, its very good.
Try running a program like CC Cleaner. Use the cleaner and the registry cleaner, then try again

Microsoft Office... | Answered on Jul 22, 2010


"Error 1606" error message read this @ http://support.microsoft.com/kb/886549 use the "Fix it".

and

read this forum thread pertaining to your problems @ http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/forums/en-US/vclanguage/thread/036ca241-ba44-47d8-a6da-7c96d521bad3

Hope it helps.

Microsoft Office... | Answered on Jul 10, 2010


Normally this product key is on a sticker attached to the inside of your CD case or located with the manual that came with Office 2007. If you downloaded Microsoft Office 2007, your CD key was probably in an email from Microsoft.

If you've lost your product key, don't worry. It's located in the registry but it's encrypted, making finding it difficult without some help.If you need help with that let me know.

Microsoft Office... | Answered on May 28, 2010


You can try Outlook 2010 beta at Microsoft.com

Microsoft Office... | Answered on Apr 01, 2010

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