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Erased? What exactly do you mean

Re-install?

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Are you sure you "erased" your Excel application?

That would be very difficult to do.

Perhaps you just deleted the shortcut to Excel.exe

Try StartRun "excel.exe"(no quotes)

Any success?

You cannot download a free copy of Excel from the 'net.

You can download a trial version of Office 2003 Standard from here.

http://www.microsoft.com/office/trial/default.mspx


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Default I erased my excel program, is there a free download somewhere

Right click "start", left click "Explore", find something with the X (excel)
logo. Click it and I'll wager it opens. You deleted a shortcut if it does and
the program is still there.
Lou

"Gord Dibben" wrote:

Are you sure you "erased" your Excel application?

That would be very difficult to do.

Perhaps you just deleted the shortcut to Excel.exe

Try StartRun "excel.exe"(no quotes)

Any success?

You cannot download a free copy of Excel from the 'net.

You can download a trial version of Office 2003 Standard from here.

http://www.microsoft.com/office/trial/default.mspx


Gord Dibben MS Excel MVP

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I have paid for a license on my laptop and my EULA says it covers
3 machines. I want to add Excel 2003 to my PC so i can use the
pc wheni am home. Where do i find the SetupApplication so that
i can install this on my PC?

"Rookie 1st class" wrote:

Right click "start", left click "Explore", find something with the X (excel)
logo. Click it and I'll wager it opens. You deleted a shortcut if it does and
the program is still there.
Lou

"Gord Dibben" wrote:

Are you sure you "erased" your Excel application?

That would be very difficult to do.

Perhaps you just deleted the shortcut to Excel.exe

Try StartRun "excel.exe"(no quotes)

Any success?

You cannot download a free copy of Excel from the 'net.

You can download a trial version of Office 2003 Standard from here.

http://www.microsoft.com/office/trial/default.mspx


Gord Dibben MS Excel MVP

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It's on the CD.

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I have paid for a license on my laptop and my EULA says it covers
3 machines. I want to add Excel 2003 to my PC so i can use the
pc wheni am home. Where do i find the SetupApplication so that
i can install this on my PC?

"Rookie 1st class" wrote:

Right click "start", left click "Explore", find something with the X
(excel)
logo. Click it and I'll wager it opens. You deleted a shortcut if it does
and
the program is still there.
Lou

"Gord Dibben" wrote:

Are you sure you "erased" your Excel application?

That would be very difficult to do.

Perhaps you just deleted the shortcut to Excel.exe

Try StartRun "excel.exe"(no quotes)

Any success?

You cannot download a free copy of Excel from the 'net.

You can download a trial version of Office 2003 Standard from here.

http://www.microsoft.com/office/trial/default.mspx


Gord Dibben MS Excel MVP

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The setup will be run from your CD with the paid-for three-computer licence.


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On Thu, 20 Mar 2008 20:10:01 -0700, Joe wrote:

I have paid for a license on my laptop and my EULA says it covers
3 machines. I want to add Excel 2003 to my PC so i can use the
pc wheni am home. Where do i find the SetupApplication so that
i can install this on my PC?

"Rookie 1st class" wrote:

Right click "start", left click "Explore", find something with the X (excel)
logo. Click it and I'll wager it opens. You deleted a shortcut if it does and
the program is still there.
Lou

"Gord Dibben" wrote:

Are you sure you "erased" your Excel application?

That would be very difficult to do.

Perhaps you just deleted the shortcut to Excel.exe

Try StartRun "excel.exe"(no quotes)

Any success?

You cannot download a free copy of Excel from the 'net.

You can download a trial version of Office 2003 Standard from here.

http://www.microsoft.com/office/trial/default.mspx


Gord Dibben MS Excel MVP

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Default I erased my excel program, is there a free download somewhere

Unfortunately, it came pre-installed on my laptop and i purchased
the license as the trial period ended. I cant find an install app in the
laptop anywhere. No CD came with the laptop either......thoughts?
Joe

"Gord Dibben" wrote:

The setup will be run from your CD with the paid-for three-computer licence.


Gord Dibben MS Excel MVP

On Thu, 20 Mar 2008 20:10:01 -0700, Joe wrote:

I have paid for a license on my laptop and my EULA says it covers
3 machines. I want to add Excel 2003 to my PC so i can use the
pc wheni am home. Where do i find the SetupApplication so that
i can install this on my PC?

"Rookie 1st class" wrote:

Right click "start", left click "Explore", find something with the X (excel)
logo. Click it and I'll wager it opens. You deleted a shortcut if it does and
the program is still there.
Lou

"Gord Dibben" wrote:

Are you sure you "erased" your Excel application?

That would be very difficult to do.

Perhaps you just deleted the shortcut to Excel.exe

Try StartRun "excel.exe"(no quotes)

Any success?

You cannot download a free copy of Excel from the 'net.

You can download a trial version of Office 2003 Standard from here.

http://www.microsoft.com/office/trial/default.mspx


Gord Dibben MS Excel MVP

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Default I erased my excel program, is there a free download somewhere

From whom did you purchase the licence at the end of the Free Trial?

They would be the one to ask for instructions on installation.

Have you checked with your seller to see what's up?


Gord

On Fri, 21 Mar 2008 19:14:02 -0700, Joe wrote:

Unfortunately, it came pre-installed on my laptop and i purchased
the license as the trial period ended. I cant find an install app in the
laptop anywhere. No CD came with the laptop either......thoughts?
Joe

"Gord Dibben" wrote:

The setup will be run from your CD with the paid-for three-computer licence.


Gord Dibben MS Excel MVP

On Thu, 20 Mar 2008 20:10:01 -0700, Joe wrote:

I have paid for a license on my laptop and my EULA says it covers
3 machines. I want to add Excel 2003 to my PC so i can use the
pc wheni am home. Where do i find the SetupApplication so that
i can install this on my PC?

"Rookie 1st class" wrote:

Right click "start", left click "Explore", find something with the X (excel)
logo. Click it and I'll wager it opens. You deleted a shortcut if it does and
the program is still there.
Lou

"Gord Dibben" wrote:

Are you sure you "erased" your Excel application?

That would be very difficult to do.

Perhaps you just deleted the shortcut to Excel.exe

Try StartRun "excel.exe"(no quotes)

Any success?

You cannot download a free copy of Excel from the 'net.

You can download a trial version of Office 2003 Standard from here.

http://www.microsoft.com/office/trial/default.mspx


Gord Dibben MS Excel MVP

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Default I erased my excel program, is there a free download somewhere

I purchased it online from Microsoft through the program itself
.....man....rhetorical questions.
Well, my 17 year old figured out what you guys couldn't. According to what
he found, call 800-360-7561 Mon-Fri 5AM-7PM PST and Microsoft will
send an installation CD upon confirmation of purchase. I will call Monday.

I find it interesting that many responses here seem to immediately imply
that everyone is looking for free access to programs. Granted many will
attempt to use programs illegally, please don’t assume all who request
information here do so simply to gain illegal access.


"Gord Dibben" wrote:

From whom did you purchase the licence at the end of the Free Trial?

They would be the one to ask for instructions on installation.

Have you checked with your seller to see what's up?


Gord

On Fri, 21 Mar 2008 19:14:02 -0700, Joe wrote:

Unfortunately, it came pre-installed on my laptop and i purchased
the license as the trial period ended. I cant find an install app in the
laptop anywhere. No CD came with the laptop either......thoughts?
Joe

"Gord Dibben" wrote:

The setup will be run from your CD with the paid-for three-computer licence.


Gord Dibben MS Excel MVP

On Thu, 20 Mar 2008 20:10:01 -0700, Joe wrote:

I have paid for a license on my laptop and my EULA says it covers
3 machines. I want to add Excel 2003 to my PC so i can use the
pc wheni am home. Where do i find the SetupApplication so that
i can install this on my PC?

"Rookie 1st class" wrote:

Right click "start", left click "Explore", find something with the X (excel)
logo. Click it and I'll wager it opens. You deleted a shortcut if it does and
the program is still there.
Lou

"Gord Dibben" wrote:

Are you sure you "erased" your Excel application?

That would be very difficult to do.

Perhaps you just deleted the shortcut to Excel.exe

Try StartRun "excel.exe"(no quotes)

Any success?

You cannot download a free copy of Excel from the 'net.

You can download a trial version of Office 2003 Standard from here.

http://www.microsoft.com/office/trial/default.mspx


Gord Dibben MS Excel MVP

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