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    I purchased new desktop & laptops in Dec 09, I downloaded Office 2010 at that time and have been using it for 9 months without ever having a problem! I know the beta version is soon coming to an end so I have purchased MS Office Home and Student 2010. Will I have to remove the beta version to install or can I activate the beta version with the activation codes I have on my purchase of MSO 2010?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Viar View Post
    I purchased new desktop & laptops in Dec 09, I downloaded Office 2010 at that time and have been using it for 9 months without ever having a problem! I know the beta version is soon coming to an end so I have purchased MS Office Home and Student 2010. Will I have to remove the beta version to install or can I activate the beta version with the activation codes I have on my purchase of MSO 2010?
    Ken, Welcome to the Lounge.

    Yes you will have to remove the beta version. This is important, but is not real time consuming.
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