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Old 02-26-2013, 01:16 PM   #1
Gregg Bell
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? about MS Office Home and Student 2010

I just got MS Office Home and Student 2010. (downloadable only)

I do most of my work (correspondence, marketing etc) on my PC. But I do my composing on a laptop. So I really need to have (we only have one download left) the 2010 on my laptop, but--if possible--I'd also like to use it on my PC. A complication--my laptop is not on-line (so, no way to download 2010). I was thinking I could download the 2010 onto a pen drive and then use it on the laptop and on my PC. Will this fly? And if not, any alternative ideas? Thanks.
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