EULA Office XP - how many copies?

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EULA Office XP - how many copies?

Postby James » Wed, 27 Aug 2003 22:11:54 GMT

The EULA says I can load my retail version of Office XP 
Professional on one desktop plus one laptop. Is there any 
reason why I can't load it on two desktops, given that 
they will never be used simultaneously? I have a weekend 
home with a computer too. 

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