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Does anybody know how to install Microsoft Office on a flash drive? Or if there is a portable microsoft office?
Not open source and making it would be illegal....
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It also depends heavily on system registries (or so I would guess- Microsoft seems to love registry use.)
Which means its a pain. Try open office. You'll like it- maybe.
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Yes, The portable version of Office-2007 is available, its developed on "Thininstall" framework i guess. Once i tried it and it worked fine.
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Use Open-Office, it does everything that Microsoft Office can do (Except Open MS Office 2007, something to do with the new xml encoding in the docx format)
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But it is possible to get a 2007 reader that will let you copy/paste out of it.
I have the installer- if I needed it, I probably install/unistall whenever I needed it.
with OpenOffice 2.3 OOo is able to handle the Office Open XML formats (which suck IMO).
With the doxc format is rename the file with a .doc extension and it will open just fine. I have done it many times.
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OMG someone asking for a microsoft application
what is going on all I have to say is stay away from Microsoft go open office
fi you can find on your own time, office 97, it works fairly portable. there is a lot of missing add ons but everything works. this isnt recomended thogh because i dont know if it writes to the registry during portable use and there are a lot of annoying popups whenever you start or try to use one of the add ons.
my suggestion is just use open office because it is completely compat with MS Office, all exept 07 because it is just its own grumpy little self, it isnt compatable or revers compatable with anything exept office 07.