Now restart the computer and open any Office program. The fixes below should work with any version of Office you have installed. Once the tool is installed, you can run it at any time to scan for hundreds of known issues in Office programs. Reading the product key from a label can be difficult. This actually made things worse. Best regards, Greta Ge TechNet Community Support It's recommended to download and install , which is developed by Microsoft Support teams.
If you believe the product key has been lost, stolen, or misplaced and you simply would like to purchase a newer version of Office, you can go to to see your purchase options. You can try this fix on other versions of office like office 2013 office 365 etc. Any help would be greatly appreciated. If you purchased and downloaded Office from an online store, the product key should be in your email receipt. To repair the version of Office that is installed, start any Office application and follow the instructions to enter the product key. To do this, following these steps. My intention was to install a non Click-To-Run version of office for use with Office365.
Note that this product key won't match the product key shown in My Office Account. The message suggests you Repair Office, which does not seem to work. Any ideas… Hi, I am using the 64-bit version mentioned below but I am unsure at what point I am supposed to type that in? Type command into the Desktop Search box and then right-click on the Command Prompt menu entry and select the Run as Administrator item. I can do an office repair, put in the magic number and it activates and all is good. Windows 10 does not display a Compatibility tab on shortcuts to or executable files themselves which are signed by Microsoft and known to be compatible with that operating system. I also rebooted to double-check activation, and all works correctly without needing to uninstall and then resinstall Office.
Open Command Prompt as administrator. Again open any Office program and you may have to type in the key one more time. If you need help installing Office 2010, see and. However, you can from Amazon at very low cost, using an original product support the developers and keep you safe from the which comes along with pirated programs. Rebooted and Software Protection Service is now in running state. Note that in order to see the ProgramData folder, you need to open Explorer and click on the Organize button and click on Folder and Search options.
Sorry If my question is a thick one. A repair attempt failed or was canceled by the user. I have Microsoft Office Home and Business 2010. After doing this, I couldn't open a Microsoft Office product from any user account, including administrators and users who are logging into that computer and creating a new profile from the default profile. Now go ahead and find your product key for Office, which is usually on the packaging and type it into the box.
Re-enter the product key Retail versions of the Office 2010 suite are self-repairing. I've seen many threads about this already, and a couple potential solutions. I scanned for the above security updates, they were not installed. Anyone seen this and what the cause is? You may want to stop the Windows Time Service while you do this, to ensure that the date does not revert on its own. Afterwords, I could launch Microsoft Office applications with no problem. Having changed the system date, enter the Product Key as usual through Programs and Features, Microsoft Office 2010, Change.
Thanks for all of your responses. Letters and numbers may look the same. Thanks for contributing an answer to Server Fault! In my example, the user was recently migrated to Windows 10 and after running into an issue with Microsoft Outlook ran the compatibility wizard, selected Outlook and then selected a different operating system than the current operating system. The only way to remove the compatibility mode assignment is via the compatibility tab which has been removed in windows 10 for may executables or the registry as shown above. I have a client with a small business network on a domain of around 10 computers, and Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010 has been installed on them for a couple months and working fine. Do I actually just need to go to the control panel and run a repair, even though the Office apps work just fine under any new user and the local administrator? My Office product came installed on my computer.
For example if I download an excel file from a website and opens it from the browser download page I get this error. You should repair the Office program by using Control Panel. Check by opening an Office program that the license is activated do File, Help and look on the right-hand side. By typing following command in cmd- cd. It will be very beneficial for other community members who have similar questions. You should repair the Office program by using Control Panel. Once Office was reinstalled, I opened one of the applications, used my new key, and after that, I've had no issues.