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No CD Drive on a MBAir ... What do I do?


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I purchased Office:mac 2008 in 2008. CD in the yellow box. I want to install on my new MacBook Air which, of course, has no CD drive. How do I do it? Any suggestions?
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I purchased Office:mac 2008 in 2008. CD in the yellow box. I want to install on my new MacBook Air which, of course, has no CD drive. How do I do it? Any suggestions?
Yes...buy one of these:

Apple MacBook Air SuperDrive - Apple Store (U.S.)

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Consider done and resolved. Thanks.
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