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I just purchased a used MBP and the person gave me some of the software discs that he used. I do not need them as I have the newer versions. If I tried to sell them, is there a way I can verify the product keys are still good? The person told me they were, but I don't want to sell a bad product. Main one is Microsoft Office 2004 for Mac, has 3 product key stickers on the back....

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If they are original discs and you have original product key stickers then you should be okay. If the product keys are scribbled on a piece of paper then they are little more questionable.
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They are original discs/packaging with the original stickers (3) on the back. Thanks, now I will not feel bad about listing it and won't worry about the keys not working...Thanks again.

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