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My Mac Book Pro can't wont open MS Office anymore


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I recently loaded Boot Camp and Windows xp onto my new Mac Book Pro and now it will not open any MS Office apps when I boot back into the Mac Side. I have not loaded Office on the windows side. I am wondering if MS has some kind of trap door or something preventing me from using office on the mac side.

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No, there's no trap door. The two partitions are mutually exclusive.

What happens when you try to open one of the MS Office applications? Error messages or a description of the events that transpire would be helpful. Thanks.

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Did your Macbook Pro come with a trial version of Office pre-installed? That has to be removed prior to installing Office 2004/2008.
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