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Installing Microsoft Office on more than One Computer

See also: Change or Reset the Office Product Key In general Microsoft Office licences allow two activations – one on a main computer and another on the same user’s portable computer. FAQ about Office End User Licence Agreements (EULA) You may wish to install Office a different computer You installed and activated Office on one […]

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Change or Reset a Microsoft Office Product Key

See Also:  Installing Microsoft Office on more than One Computer If you have two Microsoft Office licences and install the wrong one on a computer, you can remove the Product Key and insert a new one, without reinstalling. 1. Close all Office applications that are open. Open the registry editor (Start –> Run –> type regedit) […]

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Migrate Outlook Email Settings to a New PC

It is possible to migrate or transfer your Outlook Email Account settings direct from the Registry and copy them to a new PC. To do this open the Regedit on the original PC and go to: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Windows Messaging Subsystem\Profiles\Outlook It’s usually a good idea to back up the existing registry key on the new […]

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Back-up or Recover Outlook Email Accounts

Passcape Outlook Password Recovery (POPR) can help you back up your Outlook email accounts. Download from http://www.passcape.com/outlook_password_recovery and install. Use the Automatic Mode to back up the Outlook Email Account settings from the computer that POPR is installed on. Use the Manual Mode to recover up the Outlook Email Account settings from a dead PC […]

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Restore Outlook Address Book Contacts

This article will guide you through removing an old or corrupted contacts list/ Outlook address book and replacing it. 1. Open Outlook 2. On the Tools menu, click E-mail Accounts. 3. Select “View or change existing directories or address books”, click “Next”. 4. Highlight “Outlook Address Book”, and click the “Remove” button. 5. To confirm […]

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