how do I get rid of office nag eula terms of use

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  1. bob

    bob Guest

    I cant find out how to get rid of a pesky screen in my office program. It ask
    the usual do you agree to the terms and use etc etc. I hit accept. Every
    time I open something it ask over and over again. Is this just the way it is
    ? Its not a major problem just irritating. If you know please tell me.

    Thanks Bob
     
    bob, Nov 4, 2009
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  2. EULA issue

    You need to change the permissions to full control on the registry this is the path HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Office\11.0 and to get here you need to got to STAR--> then type regedit --> then fallow the path above



    bob wrote:

    how do I get rid of office nag eula terms of use
    04-Nov-09

    I cant find out how to get rid of a pesky screen in my office program. It as
    the usual do you agree to the terms and use etc etc. I hit accept. Ever
    time I open something it ask over and over again. Is this just the way it i
    ? Its not a major problem just irritating. If you know please tell me

    Thanks Bob

    Previous Posts In This Thread:

    On Wednesday, November 04, 2009 8:09 AM
    bob wrote:

    how do I get rid of office nag eula terms of use
    I cant find out how to get rid of a pesky screen in my office program. It as
    the usual do you agree to the terms and use etc etc. I hit accept. Ever
    time I open something it ask over and over again. Is this just the way it i
    ? Its not a major problem just irritating. If you know please tell me

    Thanks Bob


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