Describes the volume licensing of the Academic versions of Office 2000 and Office 2000 Service Release 1 (SR1). Requires that you use the Open Product Key or the Select Product Key when you install Office 2000 or an individual Office 2000 program.
Describes the difference between activating a Microsoft product and registering a Microsoft product. Lists the reasons that you activate or register your product, and includes links to additional information about these topics.
When you install or reinstall a Microsoft Office product, you are prompted to enter the product key. The product key is used during software installation to "unlock" the product. This article describes how to locate your existing product key or how to...
For many existing and future Microsoft ActiveX controls, Windows Internet Explorer 8 removes administrative involvement from the installation process. The solution addresses issues raised by enterprise customers who used previous versions of Internet Explorer, where administration of controls was not optimal. Non-administrative ActiveX controls (or per-user ActiveX installation) is available on Windows Vista and later.