microsoft office problem

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by obarrera, Feb 7, 2006.

  1. obarrera

    obarrera Guest

    When I tried installing another version of Microsoft Word in my network
    it said that their is someone already using that key product in the
    network. So I remove office from the MAC and re-installed a diffrent
    version of office and I got the same error of too many users using that
    key. Do i have to rebuild my MAC becuase I had previously installed a
    version that was already in use in my network? What do I have to do??
    Any recommendations?
     
    obarrera, Feb 7, 2006
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  2. obarrera

    *****General Guest

    "obarrera" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > When I tried installing another version of Microsoft Word in my network
    > it said that their is someone already using that key product in the
    > network. So I remove office from the MAC and re-installed a diffrent
    > version of office and I got the same error of too many users using that
    > key. Do i have to rebuild my MAC becuase I had previously installed a
    > version that was already in use in my network? What do I have to do??
    > Any recommendations?
    >


    You could delete all references to Microsoft and Word in your registry. Type
    'regedit' in thr Run box and away you go.
     
    *****General, Feb 7, 2006
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  3. *****General wrote:

    >
    > "obarrera" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    >> When I tried installing another version of Microsoft Word in my network
    >> it said that their is someone already using that key product in the
    >> network. So I remove office from the MAC and re-installed a diffrent
    >> version of office and I got the same error of too many users using that
    >> key. Do i have to rebuild my MAC becuase I had previously installed a
    >> version that was already in use in my network? What do I have to do??
    >> Any recommendations?
    >>

    >
    > You could delete all references to Microsoft and Word in your registry.
    > Type 'regedit' in thr Run box and away you go.



    I wouldn't go deleting references to "microsoft" in the registry, unless you
    want some interesting results.

    --
    You know Ronnie Corbett? He's brilliant! But he's not really small. They
    made him look small to fit on telly. They did it with trick photography,
    which is brilliant.
     
    =?UTF-8?B?x4rHh8WSxLM=?=, Feb 7, 2006
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  4. obarrera

    SgtMinor Guest

    obarrera wrote:
    > When I tried installing another version of Microsoft Word in my network
    > it said that their is someone already using that key product in the
    > network. So I remove office from the MAC and re-installed a diffrent
    > version of office and I got the same error of too many users using that
    > key. Do i have to rebuild my MAC becuase I had previously installed a
    > version that was already in use in my network? What do I have to do??
    > Any recommendations?
    >



    Go here and type the exact error message into the search window:
    http://support.microsoft.com/
     
    SgtMinor, Feb 7, 2006
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  5. obarrera

    Mitch Guest

    In article <HYSFf.8052$>, «ä«á‰íŸ„
    <> wrote:

    > > You could delete all references to Microsoft and Word in your registry.
    > > Type 'regedit' in thr Run box and away you go.

    >
    >
    > I wouldn't go deleting references to "microsoft" in the registry, unless you
    > want some interesting results.


    Actually, he said Microsoft AND Word -- occurences of BOTH, not just
    either.
     
    Mitch, Feb 7, 2006
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  6. obarrera

    Mitch Guest

    In article <>,
    obarrera <> wrote:

    > When I tried installing another version of Microsoft Word in my network
    > it said that their is someone already using that key product in the
    > network. So I remove office from the MAC and re-installed a diffrent
    > version of office and I got the same error of too many users using that
    > key. Do i have to rebuild my MAC becuase I had previously installed a
    > version that was already in use in my network? What do I have to do??
    > Any recommendations?
    >


    Remove Office from the MAC?
    Do you mean remove the computer from the network? That may work for the
    install, I don't know if it would work when you later had an internet
    connection and/or connection to the network.

    You do not rebuild a MAC. That is a term for the specific network
    identity of a piece of hardware in the computer -- you do not alter it,
    and changing it out for a different networking card would seem not to
    have anything to do with this problem.

    Unless you are talking about a "Mac" -- did you mean Mac OS computer?
    No, you don't have to change the hardware just because some other
    computer has an install problem. Unles you are removing the version of
    Office from one to install onto a different machine, you should avoid
    messing with a working machine at all!
     
    Mitch, Feb 7, 2006
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