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I purchased a new HP desktop which will replace an older unit that I am presently using.  About a year ago I had a problem with the MS Office software that came with the older desktop unit and quickly needed to use the Office product.  Not knowing the options, I went online, bought and downloaded MS Office 10 to the HP Desktop.

 

I never had a disc for the software.

 

Now I would like to transfer the new MS Office to the new computer.  Is there anyway possible to download the Office software to a disc and then install on the new computer?

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Hi,

 

Please try the following way:

 

    http://www.ehow.com/how_6119183_transfer-ms-office-new-computer.html

 

Hope this helps.

BH
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