need to reinstall Visio 2003 Standard

Posted on 2008-11-03
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Recently the hard disk on my PC crashed and I lost an installation of Visio 2003 Standard.  While I still have my product key, I do not still have my CD.  Is there a way I could download the software from the Internet and then put my own product key in?

Thanks in advance,

Question by:Gary Gordon
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kg69 earned 1000 total points
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Your best bet is to contact Microsoft for media replacement. Often with your key you can get a copy of the media for a decent price.

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sk_raja_raja earned 1000 total points
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also try with office 2003 standard edition and install only visio with available keys,...office 2003 is not available for download any more....sorry mate..

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by:Gary Gordon
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I just happened to have a copy of Microsoft Office 2003 Basic... Excellent idea. - G

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