Pat Kirscher wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> I had to format and reload my hard drive. Lost my cd-key
>> for my office 2000 upgrade. How do I get a new one or be
>> able to get past the cd-key prompts. It was registered
>> about 2 years ago.
>> Dear Dan,
> I'm afraid that I don't have the answer for you, but if
> you do get the answer could you please let me know? (I
> just signed onto this newsgroup essentially looking for
> the answer to the same question as you... I'm going to
> reload my windows operating system (have CD) and since I'd
> originally purchased a copy of Office 2000 (have original
> invoice, but can't find the CD yet) I'd wanted to now be
> able to purchase just an "upgrade version" of Office XP
> rather than pay for a "full version"... So, I'd sure
> appreciate it if you find anything out if you could share
> your knowledge.
> Thanks! :) Pat Kirscher
An upgrade version of Office is going to be no good to you if you don't have
the 2000 CD as the set-up routine will request it as part of the
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