Discussion in 'Microsoft Office' started by AlexAlba, Mar 15, 2013.
Project pro and standard both can be activated with Mak
How do you know that? Have you tried it yourself?
Does anyone have access to single volume components? (Word, Excel, Visio, Project) (not retail but volume copies)
We should put all that information together and make an activation reference table. Can anyone help me do that?
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ty for this. I need visio for a class.
Is there any office that includes visio and project along with all the other stuff like word and access etc???
Project and Visio are separate products.
Not possible to somehow merge them to one disk and 1 installation correct?
Thank you sir!!!
You may make the image by yourself.
We know that. The question here is how to make it. We need a guide.
How do i activate the Individual Retail Editions? Where to find a key for that?
google is your friend
Google lol Google is the enemy of all Actually I am trying to find a key for the individual retail editions. I know that atleast for Access 2013, OneNote 2013 and InfoPath 2013 DreamSpark retail key can be used. But the rest I am wondering. Will see if i can find a solution to those.
The Digital River links are technically the same links that you would get if you buy MS Office from Microsoft online, right?
They are the remnants from the Pre-Store era, but they seem to have added certain versions of Office 2013; at least in exe format.
CODYQX4's signature has links to those retail exe files.
All of the SHA-1 ISO values match MSDN isos. You can hash them and figure out the MSDN names, if you prefer them.
It doesn't matter where they come from as long as their sha1 iso values match MSDN isos.