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      02-18-2007
I am trying to do my computer homework for college and even though it is my
office that i copied when i try to make it more than read only by checking
off the box it wont let me. It denies me access and says it is copyrighted.
Can someone help me?
 
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      02-18-2007
writer wrote:
> I am trying to do my computer homework for college and even though it is my
> office that i copied when i try to make it more than read only by checking
> off the box it wont let me. It denies me access and says it is copyrighted.
> Can someone help me?


I don't understand the question. You're talking about copying a
Microsoft Office CD? or an Office document? If it's the CD, what did you
copy it to? If you're trying to install Office, depending on the license
you may be able to install it one, two, or three times. You don't need
to make the installation files anything other than read only (after all,
they install from a read-only CD).

....kurt
 
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      02-19-2007
in order to do my computers homework I need to be able to put numbers and
things in as well as delete somethings out. That is why they have us make a
copy but mine just says it is read only

"writer" wrote:

> I am trying to do my computer homework for college and even though it is my
> office that i copied when i try to make it more than read only by checking
> off the box it wont let me. It denies me access and says it is copyrighted.
> Can someone help me?

 
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      02-20-2007
writer wrote:
> in order to do my computers homework I need to be able to put numbers and
> things in as well as delete somethings out. That is why they have us make a
> copy but mine just says it is read only
>
> "writer" wrote:
>
>> I am trying to do my computer homework for college and even though it is my
>> office that i copied when i try to make it more than read only by checking
>> off the box it wont let me. It denies me access and says it is copyrighted.
>> Can someone help me?


Copy the file to an area on your hard drive where you have full
permissions, then change the file to read/write.
 
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