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Old 09-06-2011, 09:15 PM
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Default MS Office Home and Student 2007 ISO

I have a customer who has lost their disk to install home and student, before I did a nuke and pave on this computer I recovered the key but dont have the disk to install from. Technet does not offer home and student from what I can tell.

Does anyone have an image of this disk I could get? Thanks!
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I know you can download the 2010 versions and just enter the key. I'll see if I can track down info on 2007....
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just go to ninite.com and click on the 2007 trial. it should work just fine to activate with the client's key
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Try this:
http://www.digitalriver.com/v2.0-img...html?theme=rlt

AFAIK, you can download the trial and activate it with the key.
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just go to ninite.com and click on the 2007 trial. it should work just fine to activate with the client's key
Ninite's only showing "Office 2007 Standard", not Home/Student.
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Ninite's only showing "Office 2007 Standard", not Home/Student.
True but if it is anything like the OPK the key should give it all the info it needs to make the correct version work from the trial. (could be totally wrong)

Also your link kicks back to Microsoft who will only allow you to download 2010
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Sonofa... you're right. I missed that in the click-throughs... 2007..2007..2010... sneaky buggers.

Well, hopefully you're right about the key designating what gets installed. I'm cynically, though; I can see it determining which type (Standard/student/etc) gets installed, but I'll be pleasantly shocked if it affects which version (2007/2010) installs.
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ill give it a shot with ninite and see how it goes!
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Right here for installs on all office 2007 versions, hope this helps!
http://www.mydigitallife.info/direct...-applications/
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Just found this, too:
http://www.microsoft.com/office/backup2007/en-us/default.mspx
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