Microsoft word 2007 says non-commercial use.


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Loik

So I installed Microsoft Office Home and Student. But at the top it says
Document 1 microsoft word non-commercial use. How can I remove that? because
it's not letting me send my document by e-mail
 
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Suzanne S. Barnhill

There's not really any connection between the two. The Home & Student
edition is licensed for non-commercial use only, so there is no way to
remove that from the title bar. Because HSE doesn't include Outlook, it
doesn't have a mail client automatically associated with it, but if you use
Windows Mail or Outlook Express or some other mail client that is set as
your default mail client, you *can* send Word documents as attachments using
Office Button | Send | E-mail.

If you don't have this option, see “The ‘E-mail’ command is missing or is
unavailable in Excel 2007, in PowerPoint 2007, or in Word 2007†at
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/918792. This article is a little misleading
because you don't actually have to use Outlook as your mail client (I use
Outlook Express with no difficulty).

What you may not be able to do is send a document as the body of an email.
For that you'll have to use your mail client.

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
http://word.mvps.org
 

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