Regisrty (users name)

A friend of mine recently gave me msoffice ver 4.6 on the original 3.5 disks along with all the books and even the box that msoffice came in. My question is how can I remove his personal and company name. It doesn't really bother me but I have all my software registered, I have recieved this software legitimately and these aren't copy's, I've allready been in the Regedit.exe part of my system and his name, nor company name show up in there.
Can anyone help me.
Thanks Randy
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stuartc010297Commented:
These are on the disks themselves.
When you first install the program, the disks ask for this information, then places it on the floppies..

There is no known exact way to remove these..

I'd try norton commander, or simular, and look for the names, etc, and delete them that way..

Sorry
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