Office trial to partial convert method


L

Lutecia

I installed Office 2007 professional 'trial' only to try out Outlook. Now
that I am happy with Outlook, I have purchased Outlook 2007 with Business
Contract Manager and installed the programme. However, since my original
trial was for the whole Office professional, my outlook keeps telling me that
my trial has expired and ask whether I want to convert it to full
'professional 2007'. Can someone please help me to stop this and to keep
using Outlook without losing the currently stored data.
Thank you very much for the valued help in advance.

Kind regards,
 
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L

Lutecia

Thank you very much, Gordon. Another thing is that I have 'home and student'
version of office on my pc and do not know how to identify parts of
'professional' trial package to be uninstalled. What is the easy way to find
such? It would be much appreciated if you could help.

Kind regards,
 
G

Gordon

Lutecia said:
Thank you very much, Gordon. Another thing is that I have 'home and
student'
version of office on my pc and do not know how to identify parts of
'professional' trial package to be uninstalled. What is the easy way to
find
such? It would be much appreciated if you could help.

Kind regards,


Does it not differentiate between the versions in Control Panel - Add/Remove
Programs? (Or Programs and Features if you have Vista?)
 
L

Lutecia

Ah, I can see it now. I was looking at my c-drive directory and did not know
I should have gone to control panel. Thank you very much indeed for your
kind help.

Regards,
 
G

Gordon

Lutecia said:
Ah, I can see it now. I was looking at my c-drive directory and did not
know
I should have gone to control panel. Thank you very much indeed for your
kind help.


YW! Hope it all works out.....
 
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Diane Poremsky [MVP]

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