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Vinay_Dubey
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Hp slim 290-0067inDTPC
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

When the computer was being autoupdate, Microsoft Office 2019 was removed from it after the update and it is not even visible in the control panel software. Now neither I have the key nor the software of Microsoft Office. 

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@Vinay_Dubey 

 

You could try using System Restore (if you have a viable Restore Point) - I would guess that this (at best) would be but a temporary fix since Windows will update again.

 

Generally, Windows Updates does not remove licensed software - it is perhaps the case that "Trial" software might (at some point) be removed.  ??

 

Microsoft Office software is a subject for which you must find help from Microsoft.

 

➡️  Note that there are contact links to contact Microsoft within the information below.

You will likely need to provide some form of ownership information for the software.

 

 

Microsoft Office - Product and License Information 

 

With Key - Install Office on your PC or Mac

Calls / links to:

Where to enter your Office product key

 


➡️ Where to enter your Office product key

          To see help options:  Scroll down to the middle of the page and select product

          Need more help?  Scroll down a bit more to find out how to contact Microsoft

 

Purchase Options

Microsoft Office Products - Choose your Office

 

Life is possible without Office

5 free open source alternatives to Microsoft Office

 

 

Things that are Office Software Repair:

Office Products Troubleshooting

Open the Website > Select categories on the left to narrow the focus

 

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