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It seems it might be an issue connected to 2013 since the above "markr99 is having what seems to be the same problem. Any help would be VERY much appreciated. It worked! Thanks-- ps--the product is activated properly, and Word and Outlook both work properly-- markr99 View Public Profile Find More Posts by markr99 02-05-2013, 07:13 PM

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