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Open one of the Office programs (like Word). Click the File tab. Choose Account. The info you seek will be listed on that page under "Product Information":


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Use the tilde (~) just before the asterisk to tell Excel that it is a literal. Ref: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/214138


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Simply put: If your pointer is slow, it's most certainly the RAM. Perform a test using memtest86+ Or If boot time, running applications and overall file-related operations are slow, it's most certainly the hard drive. Have you checked your SMART data? Your disk may be dying.


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If you could drive to exclude the hard drive issue by booting your machine from Live CD. Apart of possible hardware issues of hard drive it could be very slow also because of fragmentation or old registry. Do you have another copy of your Excel file. You can copy it as well (good reason to make backup if it's precious) So, I would run to separate tests: ...


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If you don't remember your account information, it should be written in the downloaded software. If your software is already removed, try to get it back with system restore. If all fails, you still have your payment information to Microsoft. Contact MS and have them tell you what your access information is for Office 365. If you're having troubles ...


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I would like to recommend our XLTools Version Control Add-In for Excel. It allows you to enable Version History for particular workbook, so all future revisions would be automatically keeped for you. You can also add comments for each revision of the workbook, so you and your collegues can get more sense about the changes later when you review the history. ...


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I have a 64GB SSD and LOADS of programs. I regularly move space gluttons to a HDD. Many programs now use 500MB-1.3GB for garbage like page borders and all sorts of small image files. Don't screw with the registry. Sooner or later it'll bite you in the butt bigtime. Create a junction, as mentioned in SoLaR's answer. HOWEVER -- SOME CAVEATS. Don't delete ...


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This solution has been well tested for Word and Excel. Outlook seems to work just fine, though I don't use it as a mail client. I don't use Access, so I wouldn't be able to tell how well it works. So, here goes: Install Linux Install wine + PlayOnLinux Install all the versions of MS Office you like, using the dedicated scripts (currently existing scripts ...


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For a MAC I used EraseUS a recovery product that recovered versions of the PPT file I had overwritten. Phew. Many hours work recovered.


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Try This, 1 Open up RegEdit Open up RegEdit by going to Start>Run and typing "regedit" and pressing Enter or OK. You can also enter the "regedit" command into a Command Prompt to open up the editor. 2 Locate the Office Registry Key Microsoft stores all of the installation information for Office Products in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office. ...



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