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Feb 8, 2012

I couple of months ago I installed Windows 7 onto my Macbook Pro. All went fine. I then bought MS Office Professional 2010 but before I bought Office a tried to download a trial version from Office website. I realized it would take 6 hours to install and so cancelled it. I then tried installing Office cd that I bought from Journeyed and it won't install.

I could see MS office when I go to all programs and thought I may have messed it all up when trying to download the trial version.Anyway now I have removed Windows 7 as I want to try installing it again to see if Office 2010 will install. Removing Windows 7 was fine but Bootcamp is no longer on my Mac. It has just vanished!

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MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.8), Windows 7 via Bootcamp

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