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HP Pavilion Notebook - 15t-ab100 CTO (ENERGY STAR)
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I purchased my notebook in 2015 (or 2016) and customized it to include Microsoft Office Home and Student Software (assuming it was the 2013 version) already installed. I recently had to replace my hard drive, and need the product information for the Office software. In dire need for some type of word processor program, I installed an old Office 2010 version from a CD that still had a device download available. Does anyone know how I can retrieve the key code, because I cannot locate it in my files. Going through the word doc steps doesn't work since the information only shows the 2010 version. 

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Hi@J_L_O, Welcome to the HP Support Community!

 

Please Contact Microsoft for the Microsoft office activation code.

 

Hope this helps! Keep me posted.

 

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