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Q: Why I don't get the 'Activate Over Internet' popup?
A: Sometimes it doesn't show up, e.g when your Office has the 30 days trial, but it will come when the trial has expired.
Q: Why I can't select Activate over internet but it gives some key exhausted error?
A: This means the MAK key, surprise, surprise, is once again exhausted. You must use the EZ-Activator function that is on the Office Toolkit BETA 2.0, check the last two screens.
Q: Is my Office now activated forever with the Toolkit or is it a trial?
A: If you managed to get your Office activated when the MAK key was working, which means you didn't need to do the two last steps on the instructions, then it should be activated forever. But as if you use the EZ-Activator method you must re-do it every 180 days, as it just extends the trial for 180 days.
Q: Is there any program to do this re-activating of the trial for me automaticly?
A: Yes there are some programs such as Raz0r's activator, but I atleast myself wouldn't trust it.
Q: My Antivirus reported the Toolkit / EZ-Activator function as a trojan, is it clean?
A: Yes, the Office 2010 Toolkit 2.0 BETA is Clean, if you downloaded it from elsewhere than here, then I can't say anything. Antiviruses frequently detect cracks, keygens and similar software as viruses and mark them as Generic ones, which means they're not sure are those programs really viruses or not.
Q: EZ-Activator gives some error and fails to activate?
A: Most likely that means that your Office already has the 30 days trial period, in this case you just need to wait those 30 days. If that isn't the case then try to run the Toolkit as Admininstrator and disable your anti-virus software, as some of them might not let EZ-Activator to edit the registry keys.
Note to AVG users
You have to temporarily disactivate AVG from the options menu and if it still fails you might have to completely, temporarily, erase AVG.
Q: I can't run the Toolkit?
A: Most common reason for this is that you don't have .NET Framework 2.0 or above - Or that you have some other program, such as antivirus, blocking it's access.
Q: I'm 100% certain that I don't have any sort of anti-virus programs or similar blocking the Toolkit's / Office's access but I still cannot install it?
A: Just to be sure try to delete whatever anti-virus program you might have. AVG. for example, is known to be a real pain with everything that tries to modify the registry. If you still get some errors drop me a PM with your MSN or equivalent and I'll assist you the best I can.
Q:I have a 64-bit system, which edition should I install
A:The recommendations for which edition of Office 2010 to install are as follows:
If users in your organization depend on existing extensions to Office, such as ActiveX controls, third-party add-ins, in-house solutions built on previous versions of Office, or 32-bit versions of programs that interface directly with Office, we recommend that you install 32-bit Office 2010 (the default installation) on computers that are running both 32-bit and 64-bit supported Windows operating systems.
If some users in your organization are Excel expert users who work with Excel spreadsheets that are larger than 2 gigabytes (GB), they can install the 64-bit edition of Office 2010. In addition, if you have in-house solution developers, we recommend that those developers have access to the 64-bit edition of Office 2010 so that they can test and update your in-house solutions on the 64-bit edition of Office 2010.
Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 (It is built into Vista/7 so only XP users need to install this).
Office 2010 should be installed as most of the toolkit functions are obviously useless without Office 2010 installed.
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