My kid's MacBook Pro Retina screen cracked so the insurer replaced a new unit
of MBP Retina for her : the local authorized Mac support used a native OSX tool
to clone everything over via the Thunderbolt ports of both the cracked & new MBP
Everything works on the new MBP except MS Office 2010 which can't launch at all :
this dealer that sells this MBP (thru the school-mandated programme) says we'll
need the MS Office 2010 installer to reinstall to fix it?
Somehow I can't recall if there's an installer CD given to us but I don't think so as
we never have an external CD/DVD reader to connect to this MBP. The MS Ofc
must have come preinstalled with the original broken MBP.
I guess there's sort of MS Ofc licence? What do I do from here?
Apple HardwareMac OS XApple SoftwareMicrosoft Office
The best thing you can do is to speak with the school and ask them how to proceed.