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    Installing XP Pro and MS Office Home & Student 2007
    Is it possible to install and run XP Pro and MS Office Home & Student 2007?

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    Helps if you provide some info about the machine, but yes if you are using an Intel model, install XP Pro using Boot Camp, assuming the XP discs have not been previously registered, or activated, and are full or OEM versions and not restore discs.

    Set up Boot Camp after reading instructions, load XP, activate, and load Office as a normal application making sure you have valid authentification codes.

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    My apologies...the machine in reference would be a new Macbook 13.

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    Welcome to the forums and as stated.

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    Thank you kindly.

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