Microsoft Office 95 / 97 / 2000

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  1. Oz

    Oz MDL Expert

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    #1 Oz, Oct 25, 2011
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  2. willsion

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    It's a good news.I ever had the OFFICE 95 PRO CDS.But the disk2 has been damaged.

    May you upload the files to Wupload or Megaupload? We can't access Filesonic、Fileserve、Hotfile, etc.。
     
  3. Sabresite

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    Please keep in mind when installing Office 95/97/2000 on a Vista/7 computer: You MUST have the CDs to uninstall the program. It becomes a nightmare otherwise.
     
  4. Oz

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    Added Office 2000 Premium CD2
     
  5. Fred433

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    Are they untouched ?
     
  6. Tito

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    Obviously ;)
     
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  7. sebus

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    Sorry, but why would anybody sane do that?

    sebus
     
  8. Fred433

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    #8 Fred433, Oct 27, 2011
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    I think it would be interresting to create a repository with old untouched version ....


    Edit : If you want, I've Office 95 pro french
     
  9. Oz

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    I don't personally have a use for a French version, but there are probably people here on the board who would like a copy.
    Finding untouched versions of the 3 Office suites in question is nearly impossible. So I hope more people will contribute.
     
  10. Fred433

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    Ok, probably ...
     
  11. delta925

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    I have just got a new PC at work as I missed out on the last round of upgrades as my system was newer than most. Those systems had Office 2007 while I stayed with 2002 :)

    However I now have Office 2010 :( - why does it take so long to load before I can do anything? I found how to disable the splash screens but I still seem to have to wait just as long before a file can be worked on. I'm sure there are new features but for all I do Office 2002 was fine.

    I'm lucky for home use as I have CD's for Office 95 Standard, Office 97 Small Business, Office 97 Pro Upgrade, Office 2000 Pro SR-1 as well as 2002. I even have a floppy disc set of Office 4p2 which for a while was very useful as it had graphic import filters including HPGL that were removed from 95 / 97.
     
  12. Oz

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    Office 2007/2010 is slow, that is just the rule of the game.

    So can you share any of those 95/97/2000?
     
  13. sebus

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    I have silver (I hope this time original) 95, will post tomorrow

    sebus
     
  14. Oz

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    Sounds good, was very odd with the fake silvers of O2K. (ROCKRIDGE_ACCEPTING_SYSTEMS)

     
  15. sebus

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    #15 sebus, Dec 8, 2011
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    OEM for distribution with new PC only
    Microsoft Office Professional Office Suite version 7.0

    Offpro_z
    microsoft corporation
    microsoft corporation, one microsoft way, redmond wa 98052, (206) 882-8080
    cdimage v2.11 (11/10/95 tm)

    crc32: 2850f5a0
    md5: Cebe30a89f47d2691be6b84c1c8136ba
    sha-1: Ccb3d1e7760f0aad4395099df7fd33c305d6c7f4

    mediafire.com / ?o166939f543p1vd
    mediafire.com / ?kvk129flyukk9pq
    mediafire.com / ?nfqlun6lahr7t83

    sebus
     
  16. Oz

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    #16 Oz, Dec 8, 2011
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    Hi Sebus

    Which Office 95 is this exactly, the Offpro_z is not giving much away? I have already posted a 2 disc Pro.

    EDIT:

    Finally got it downloaded, Microsoft Office 1995 /7.0 Professional - OEM, thanks
     
  17. Xerxes321

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    Does anyone have working links for Office 2000 Professional and Office XP? Untouched, of course. Thanks!
     
  18. Captain Planet

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    I bought a three CD OEM pack for Office XP Professional 2002 some years ago and still have it on hand. I've never activated it as I found a copy of the necessary dll file that is already activated. Just install Office disk, the Media disk and then the Publisher 2002 disk, install the three service packs, overwrite the necessary dll with the activated one, reboot and you're in business. The first time you open any Office app, you will be asked to accept the licensing agreement and that's it. Publisher will do the same thing the first time it's opened. No nags for activation afterward, just use it. I also have an OEM copy of Word 97 Professional and the key to activate it (no online activation then). If anyone is interested in hosting it I'll be glad to pack them up and upload them somewhere (may need suggestions!) so they can snag them.
     
  19. WinDev

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    Today I found original Office 2000 Professional 3 CD's set and Office 2000 Premium CD1 (I haven't CD2).

    If someone is interested, I can restore CD's and make ISO's. :)
     
  20. Oz

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    Not sure what restore is supposed to mean, but if you are going to remake them with CDIMAGE etc, I for one is not interested.

    Besides, given up on this thread long ago, only sebus ever contributed something, yet nearly 300 downloads of the links I posted.