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    Signing up to Microsoft Power Point

    I'm trying to make a presentation using Power Point for the first time using the Microsoft Office that's on my computer, never used it before. It needs me to create an account, give my name (Fred Bloggs, if I remember right...) date of birth and the product code or summat like that. I've no effing idea where to find that, the Office stuff was on the computer when I got it years ago. Now, asking my name and DOB and whatever other questions pop up to create an account seems a bit intrusive to me, do I just put in any rubbish or do they really need to know?

    No, not a deal breaker, just curious, that's all.
    Johnefyn

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    Is it a 90 day evaluation copy that has now expired?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rossman999 View Post
    Is it a 90 day evaluation copy that has now expired?
    No, I don't think so. My daughter has used it a few times but I can't get hold of her to ask her how she does it.
    Johnefyn

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Roberts View Post
    No, I don't think so. My daughter has used it a few times but I can't get hold of her to ask her how she does it.
    It's either a trial or activated to your daughter. It's changed days and software isn't licensed per machine anymore unless you buy the big bucks license.

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