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    Contains detailed steps to follow to uninstall Office 2008 for Mac.
    This article describes how to install Office 2008 for Mac on your computer. Prerequisites check The following requirements must be met before you follow any of the methods in this article. You must quit all programs and close all windows. You must be...
    Provides information to resolve this error when you start an Office 2008 for Mac application: "Microsoft Office 2008 cannot start because it is already in use."
    Resolves a security vulnerability that exists in Office 2008 for Mac that could allow arbitrary code to run when you open a malicious document. This update addresses that vulnerability.
    Describes an issue in which the Office Setup Assistant runs unexpectedly every time that you start an Office 2008 for Mac program. To resolve this issue, you must provide a valid product key for Office 2008 for Mac.
    Describes the Microsoft Office 2008 for Mac 12.3.5 Update that was released on November 13, 2012.
    The Microsoft Office 2008 for Mac 12.2.0 Update contains changes that improve stability, reliability, and performance. The update also includes the Microsoft Document Connection application.
    Provides information about the Microsoft Automatic Update prompt you receive after installing Office 2008 on Mac OS X Lion.
    The Microsoft Office 2008 for Mac 12.2.0 Update contains changes that improve stability, reliability, and performance. The update also includes the Microsoft Document Connection application.
    Describes how to convert a trial version of Office 2008 for Mac to a full retail version.

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