Get Support for Some Common Microsoft Office Issues

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Some Common Microsoft Office Issues


1).Entering the product key & forget it.

2). Hardware Compatibility.                                                                                        
  
 3). Repair Microsoft Office 2010 not working

4). Fixing Major as well as Minor errors  codes
 
5). Renewal of Office License

6). Repair office 2013 command line

7). How  to repair MS office & Uninstall individual  programs.

8).Resolving & Fix Update error codes 1328,1395,0-9

9). Get support  for fixing PDF Maker unavailability

10). Repair corrupt file & resolve excel error in MS

 

Solve Office Product Key Problems

What does this guide do?
 Resolve the product key errors that you installing office 2010,2013 packages, office 365 and standalone programs of these version in your  system

Who is it for?
 user of MS Office 2010,2013 packages & offices 365 run into product key issue.

How does it work?
By asking a Question about your Office installation & about the product key issue you experience then take a through series of troubleshooting steps that are specific about you situation

 Estimated time of completion:5-10 minutes.

Hardware Compatibility 

 Microsoft are provide  list of system requirement for use with Microsoft Office

Hard disk: 1.0 GB available disk space

Display: 1024 x 768 screen resolution

Operating system: Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 8.1 system

Repair Microsoft Office 2010 not working 

1). Right-click on the Start button  (lower-left corner), & select Programs and Features on the pop-up menu.

2). Right-click on the Microsoft Office product which  you want to repair, and select Change.

3).  Online Repair to make sure everything gets fixed, and then select Repair. The Quick Repair option is also available, which runs faster but only detects and then replace, corrupted files.

4). Follow the instructions on the screen to complete.

Fixing Major as well as Minor errors  codes

A few tips to make sure you identify correctly the bug are.

1). See the error. you can get the user to send you a few screen captures or even use remote connection to see the error by yourself .This  is easy if you spot the error, but not if it comes from a user, in that case see if .

2). Reproduce the error. You never should say that an error has been fixed if you were not able to reproduce it.

3). Understand what the expected behavior should be. In complex applications could be hard to tell what should be the expected behavior of an error, but that knowledge is basic to be able to fix the problem,.

4). Validate the identification. Validation can also lead to situations where is not necessary or not worth it to fix the error.   

Renewal of Office License

 Firstly  check your auto renew setting by signing in to www.office.com/myaccount. Look under "Payment and billing" to see if automatic renewal is set to "On." If automatic renewal is set to "On," your subscription will renew automatically. If automatic renewal is set to "Off," go here and select the Office 365 version you want to renew. 

If the same MS account that you used when setting up to your original subscription then any time remaining will be automatically added to your existing subscription. If you are using other MS Account then you will create a new subscription.

Repair office 2013 command line

The command-line options are:

1). Update prompt user (true or false) – by default is false & enable or disable the user prompt indicating the update is available for installation or not

2). Force app shutdown (true or false) – by  default is false & give the user the option to cancel the update & running all office application will shut down & update.

3). Display level (true or false) – show & hide the update dialog box. The default is true.

4). Update to version (versions to install) – If you  don't want use this then updating process will default to installing most current update version & choose the specific version to install & can be used to install old version if rollback is need.

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