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Office XP

Does Office XP require Microsoft Windows XP?

No. Office XP Professional will run on Microsoft Windows 98, Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition (Windows Me), Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional, and Microsoft Windows NT4.0 with Service Pack 6 (SP6) or later.

Will I have any problems sharing Office XP files with people running previous versions of Office?
Documents created with Office XP can be used with Office 2000 and Office 97 (with the exception of Microsoft Access).

Access users: Access version 2002 will use the Access 2000 file format by default. If you choose to use the updated file format for Access 2002, those files will not work with Access 2000.
Office 95 users: You can choose to save your Office XP files in the Office 95 file format. Any files you save or create with Office XP and plan to open later in Office 95 must be saved in the Office 95 file format.

What do I need to do to start trying Office XP?
The first time you start an Office XP Professional program, the easy-to-use Office Activation Wizard will automatically appear and walk you through the software activation process. Once you complete this process, the trial will be fully functional.

What if I already have an earlier version of Office on my computer?
Microsoft recommends you remove any previous version of Office that is on your computer. While you can choose to keep a previous version of Office installed, you cannot have two versions of Outlook on your computer. If you choose to install Outlook 2002, any previous version will automatically be removed. You can have multiple versions of the other Office programs installed on your computer. If you remove a previous version of Office, but want the option to use that version later, you must have the installation source for that version available (for example, the installation CDs). You will have to remove the trial to reinstall the previous version. The trial installation instructions will also display this warning to remind you.


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