|15 Jul 2010||#1|
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Office and Windows XP mode
Just a quick question on licensing for windows xp mode.
I run windows 7, and use Windows XP mode for an old application. The problem is I have is that for the old application to work fully i need office(word and outlook).
Here is the question. Is there any work around to get office installed in windows XP mode using the same license as the windows 7 install? Or do I need to buy a second license. I use this for work so cant use Home and Student edition for both installs.
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