6 responses

  1. Kain
    May 28, 2012

    Unless you have the install disk or core install files for it you cannot transfer the program over.
    You cannot go into C:program filesMicrosoft Office and copy the files, you need the setup disk for it. My advice, find someone with a copy you can use to install or buy a copy.

  2. Mohamed El tayr
    May 28, 2012

    do this and tell me the result :

    1- first move all the office folder as you did.
    2- search in the drive that contains your windows installed (whether c, d, etc..) for office. you will get files and folders. and you will be able to see their main folder next to them. move the ones which are not in the main office program folder.
    *for step 3 make a folder to produce the files needed into it.
    3- start menu > run > type regedit > ok > from edit menu choose find > write office > click fin next > you will get a highlighted key. if it’s in the right side of the window leave it and from edit menu choose find next. if in the left side > right click on the key > export > choose the folder you made for step 3 as a location and write a name > click save > then keep clicking find next from edit menu and doing what is written before until no other files are found > after that move the folder to your new laptop > click on each key choosing yes then ok until you did that with all keys in the folder.

    don’t forget to tell me the results !

    EDIT :
    sorry forgot to write something : in step 2 for the files which are moved to the new laptop, put them in the locations they were in in the old pc.

  3. Tokvon
    May 28, 2012

    as long as you bought MS Office legit then you can use your product key to download to your new laptop..follow steps in this link and all should be fine..Good luck!


    Note: you don’t need the disk

  4. Kokab
    May 28, 2012

    From your old PC, open that file and be sure if the file extension is “*doc”, if not change the extension to *.doc by save as…………

    Now get Microsoft Office XP with serial key from the source below and install it on your second computer….you will be get out of this problem.

    it may be possible you may not to change extension… and MS XP will be able to support it

    Usman Ali Kokab

  5. donaldo donaldo
    May 28, 2012

    To transfer your Microsoft Office product, you’ll need the product’s serial and the install file. None of these two components is difficult to get hold of.

    To retrieve your serial, simply use any key finder software: http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/product_cd_key_viewer.html

    Then get the install file that matches your serial from here (Office 2007 or 2010): http://www.heidoc.net/joomla/technology-science/microsoft

  6. Chris2dsw
    May 28, 2012

    Look it up on the internet.

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