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    Describes how to resolve a "product key is not valid" error that occurs when you try to activate Microsoft Office for Mac 2011."
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    Provides information on how to resolve a problem where you do not see the window to enter your product key during an Office 2008 for Mac installation.
    This article lists the frequently asked questions about how to activate Microsoft Office for Mac 2011.
    Describes a problem where you receive a message that the product key is invalid when you try to activate a retail copy of Office 2008 for Mac. Contains steps to resolve this problem.
    Provides methods to stop Office for Mac 2011 from repeatedly prompting you to enter the product key when you start an Office 2011 application.
    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.
    Provides step-by-step instructions for how to modify the Browscap.ini file to enable script-based detection of Windows Internet Explorer 7 and 8 from a Web page hosted on IIS.

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