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On Thursday July 2, 2015 alcexhim said:
Are you sure that's an Office 97 key? It looks more like an Office 95 (or perhaps a Windows 95) key...
If your product key is in form XXXXX-AAA-BBBBBBB-XXXXX, then your CD Key is AAA0-BBBBBBB.
Possible values for AAA include 419, 319. Possible values for BBBBBBB include 0778947.
So two possible keys could be 4190-0778947 and 3190-0778947.
These Office versions used an extremely simple CD key algorithm which is also found on Microsoft Visual Studio 6.0 Professional. Newer Microsoft applications use alphanumeric keys, five groups of five characters.
On Saturday January 10, 2015 ralph nhaus said:
Wonderful , it runs on Windows 7 and Windows 8 and is superfast - Best ever - i love this Edition
On Saturday October 18, 2014 Nick DePasquale said:
It works on Windows 8.1 x64!
On Sunday June 16, 2013 said:
it's easy, only use the "0"
On Friday December 7, 2012 Gary Heard said:
My original MS Office 97 Professional disc is unreadable and my CD key is in a different format.
Mr key is in format...
but yours is...
Microsoft removed the download from their website. What key should I use?
On Thursday August 16, 2012 justincosh said:
Works on windows 7 ultimate and i am not
using compatibility mode
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