A microsoft ofice 2007 trial is a fully functional software suite that lets users try out the new Office release for 60 days. It can be installed from a CD or downloaded from the internet. These free trials offer four versions of the 2007 Microsoft Office system-Home and Student, Standard, Small Business, and Professional-as well as seven individual programs-Groove, OneNote, Publisher, and more. To activate the software, a 25-character trial product key is required, and it can be found on various places including the suite’s CD case, the Certificate of Authenticity, or in a confirmation email.
The Office 2007 trial versions can be converted to full version either before or after the 60 day period by entering a valid product key. If the Office suite is not activated, it will run in reduced functionality mode, similar to a reader, and all editing, replying, creating, and saving features will be disabled.
There is a way to bypass the product activation process and skip the trial period altogether by entering a volume licensing key. This trick will make the "trial" word disappear from the Office title bar at the top and suppress the activation wizard prompt as well as trial expiry notification for all 60 days of the free trial period.
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