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MS office 2003 on a new computer (won't validate)

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Old April 15th 10, 04:52 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.docmanagement
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Default MS office 2003 on a new computer (won't validate)

My old computer crashed. I purchased a new computer and installed MS Office
Student & Teacher. When the program asked to validate online I said OK.
The response was "could not validate you have installed your limit of
how do I go about validating this program on my new computer?

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