Is Windows 7 doesn’t really have a Microsoft office software?

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In Windows XP3, MS Office is already included in the pack.

But when I installed a Windows 7 in my computer I found out that it doesn't have a Microsoft Office.

Is it natural?

Do I really have to download a separate MS Office software for Windows 7?

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Is Windows 7 doesn’t really have a Microsoft office software?

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Hi Aiteves,

If what you have bought specifically says that MS Office is included on the package, then definitely it should be installed on the Laptop. If it is not there, you might need to contact the vendor where you bought the laptop and check with them.

Laptop sold nowadays usually does not carry the full version of office. It usually just comes with Word and Excel. If does have Office, it may also be just the trial version which is for 60 days. After which you need to purchase the activation key. Only then you can use the full package.

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Is Windows 7 doesn’t really have a Microsoft office software?

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Yes, you need to purchase a new MS Office software for your Windows 7 PC. Often, the MS Office package that comes pre-installed when you purchase a new computer is just a trial version. Wherein, you still need to purchase when it expires. If it happen that your Windows XP has a full version of MS Office, and you migrated to Windows 7 OS, you cannot use the same Office with it. You may need to purchase a new copy from the Microsoft website. MS Office 2003, 2007 and 2010 can work with both XP and Win 7.

You can purchase MS Office 2007 from the link below:

Purchase MS Office 2007 at Microsoft Website

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