MSoffice expired and have a new key. Do i need to reinstall?

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My MS Office trial has expired and now needs a product key. I just bought a copy. Do I need to remove the trial version or do I just enter the key?

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MSoffice expired and have a new key. Do i need to reinstall?

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When the trial version of Microsoft Office suite expire, it will usually prompt us to choose an option to convert the trial version to the full licensed versions. First thing you need to check is to make sure that the trial version is compatible to the licensed version you are buying. Since you already purchased the product and have the license key, the procedure to activate it is to choose the option that says to convert to the full version now. It will then ask you to input your Product key and click continue and accept the license of agreement. Once done with that, your office should be updated.

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MSoffice expired and have a new key. Do i need to reinstall?

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Hello Dear

I would like to tell you that there is no need to remove the trial version.If you have the keys then you can just put the key and register it.All the features that are there can be updated when you put in the original key into the space provided.As soon as you put in the original key and get registered you would be able to use the software according to your wish and the additional features would be updated as you would enter the key as it automatically downloads and installs the additional features which are available in the full version of MS Office.Hope this would help.

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Gaurav3282

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MSoffice expired and have a new key. Do i need to reinstall?

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Hi,

Sometimes you might want to change the product key of Office suite installed in your system. It might be because your product key expired and you got a new one or it might be because you installed Office using pirated key and now you want to change the product key with a genuine one.

To change the product key you'll have to uninstall the Office suite from your system and then reinstall it.

But you can use a small and simple trick which helps you in changing the product key without uninstalling the Office. We posted about this trick long time back in following tutorial:

How to Change or Reset Product Key of Microsoft Office XP, 2003, 2007 and 2010?

Today we are going to share a small portable tool which also allows you to remove existing product key registered with your MS Office suite so that you can re-enter the new product key.

"Office Key Remover" is a small tool which removes Microsoft Office license information on your machine. This way you're able to change the license key of Microsoft Office. This application may require administrator rights.

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Simply run the tool and click on the desired button to remove existing registered product key. That's it. Open any Office application like Word and it'll ask you to enter new product key.

Download Link

PS: You'll need .NET Framework 3.5 to use this tool.

Hope that it could best help you.

Thanks,

Teboy

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MSoffice expired and have a new key. Do i need to reinstall?

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Today we are going to share a small portable tool which also allows you to remove existing product key registered with your MS Office suite so that you can re-enter the new product key.

"Office Key Remover" is a small tool which removes Microsoft Office license information on your machine. This way you're able to change the license key of Microsoft Office. This application may require administrator rights.

Simply run the tool and click on the desired button to remove existing registered product key. That's it. Open any Office application like Word and it'll ask you to enter new product key.

Download Link

PS: You'll need .NET Framework 3.5 to use this tool.

Hope that it could best help you.

Thanks,

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