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New Macbook pro, can't install office


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Hi there, i just brought a new macbook pro 2.4GHZ 4gb RAM, 250 hard drive, and i can't install office for mac on it, it says "no KB free" any help would be much appreciated!
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Do you have enough HDD space free?
Where are you trying to install Office? To the main directory (little image of a hard drive)?

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Since the machine is new, it's unlikely you've run out of hard drive space. When the Office installer is running, just accept the default location for installation - which should be your "MacIntosh HD".
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