HOW TO TRANSFER MS OFFICE TO ANOTHER COMPUTER?



  • Microsoft Office is the productivity suite which is developed by Microsoft. It is a whole package of many utility software This software helps in formatting, editing, creating text documents, and also used for making a presentation, etc. You can install this software officecom/setup. It is compatible with Windows OS, Mac, Laptop, Computers, and Android Phones. It is used for both homes as well as for business purposes. It makes the work easier, faster, and convenient. When you purchase the Microsoft office software, you can transfer the Office to a new or another computer. You can activate it with the old license of Microsoft. You must know that all Office licenses are transferable. So, for this first, you have to deactivate the Office software and then uninstall Office from the old computer, and then install it on the New Computer. To know more about this in detail feel free to visit our blog at How to Transfer Microsoft office to another computer and you can get all of the required information you need regarding Microsoft office.

    Transfer Office 2010 or 2013 License

    For transferring Microsoft Office 2010, 2013, and 2016 from one computer to another, Follow the steps given below:

    1. Uninstall the current Microsoft Office installation from your PC, Open control panel Program Features select MS Office 2010 or 2013. Right-click on the application and click Uninstall.
    2. Now, check whether your new PC is running any trial version of Office. In case if youve installed Offices trial version uninstall it completely. Note: Failing in uninstalling the trial version of Office, you may face issues.
    3. Initiate Microsoft Office installation. Note: Install from CD or the installation media package and activate it with the License given.
    4. Upon the completion of the installation Microsoft Office, Open any Office program, click on File tab Account.
    5. Click Activate Product (Change Product Key) input the Key. Note: In case if you get an error message, for example, too many installations, and the activation could not complete, you would have to contact Microsoft Customer Care and raise a request for activation over the phone.


  • in a word….Women.



  • Only thing that scares me is myself :)



  • Back to the topic:

    I'm afraid of sneezing and farting at exactly the same time :D



  • Don't worry, the Japanese are solving the voice problem too…

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HmSYnOvEueo

    Only a matter of time.



  • We're already on the way to realistic robots:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MaTfzYDZG8c

    Personally I think something like that combined with something like this: https://www.realdoll.com/

    …could be really fun. All we really need is a decent AI and proper voice synthesis.

    Ideally we'd be using synthetic blood and organs and such eventually and create self sufficient androids with realistic feeling skin and true human appearances and the like and AI could be generated directly from a brain scan of the owner so they'd be the ideal match for you.

    @fred not knowingly but I was mostly referring to stuff like tornadoes that you can't do anything about and can just straight up kill you out of nowhere.



  • @'c0dist':

    Maybe one day we'll all be "comforted" by one of these…

    http://www.worldmag.com/2014/06/will_jap...companions

    Quote:Robotic technology is already used to check on the elderly and monitor their health and safety, but robots might also play a role in reducing feelings of loneliness and isolation.

    Rolleyes

    i want my cylon to look like BSGalactica n°6 !

    i dont really know, i live in a safe place… i guess war scares me...
    a common trait tho, i wouldnt mind not dying at all :)



  • Maybe one day we'll all be "comforted" by one of these…

    http://www.worldmag.com/2014/06/will_japan_turn_its_elderly_over_to_robotic_companions

    Robotic technology is already used to check on the elderly and monitor their health and safety, but robots might also play a role in reducing feelings of loneliness and isolation.

    :rolleyes:



  • @'Evolluisionist':

    being alone forever…..yeah single at 65 is pretty depressing sounding..

    I would just switch to high class prostitution. I call girl a couple of times a week… way cheaper than marriage.



  • @'Tiffany':

    I suppose about the only other thing that scares me is mother nature, cause… mother nature you scary.

    You paraphrasing this? :D

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ge4oufdIOMc



  • being alone forever…..yeah single at 65 is pretty depressing sounding..



  • Humans, especially tweaked out mentally unstable ones on drugs. They're completely unpredictable which makes them more terrifying than any wild animal.

    I suppose about the only other thing that scares me is mother nature, cause… mother nature you scary.



  • The most? Probably the thought of my eventual death; not knowing when, how, and how it will feel.

    Damn I just depressed myself typing that.


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