Microsoft Office Old Edition

Discussion in 'Microsoft Office' started by ameykelkar, May 25, 2011.

  1. ameykelkar

    ameykelkar MDL Member

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    Can anybody give me the links for downloading MSDN iso images of old editions of Microsoft Office.
    Old meaning Office 2000, Office XP and back...
    Thanks in advance...
     
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  2. Oz

    Oz MDL Expert

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    Let me guess, you have tried nothing and now all out of ideas?

    Clearly you are a person who thinks everybody else should hit search for you.
    It's there, right in the corner, I can see it as I type this. :rolleyes:

    What's next, another Repository linking to thepiratebay?

    In your so called Office 2003 Repository, you are using someone else's Filesonic uploads, which is over 400MB.
    So can't be downloaded for free, hence NOT allowed here.
     
  3. ameykelkar

    ameykelkar MDL Member

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    Using other's download links which are floating on Internet or using a BitTorrent client to download torrents is not a harm.
    I am helping others unlike you, who complain about small things.
    When did I say in my The Office 2003 Repository, that all the links are personally uploaded by me?
    I dont thing for making a Repository, all the links should be uploaded by me.
    I am just helping others (unlike you) for getting Office 2003 and Installing it.
    So stop complaining.
    The country in which I live, still use Windows XP, Office 2003/Office 2000/Office XP.. So helping those people..
    I am also gonna create Windows 98 Repository... have you got any problem.. ??

    PS: I have corrected the link

    You just could have requested me to change the link.. or said that link can not be downloaded as its 400 MB and up...:mad:
    There was no need for such a chios.
     
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