CDKey removal in office 2000 pro possible?

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Re: CDKey removal in office 2000 pro possible?

Postby Bob I » Thu, 25 Sep 2003 06:54:09 GMT

You can read it with a "decryption" program but you can't replace it. 
Don't worry about it. Just use the "new" one for future installs.

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