The message suggests you Repair Office, which does not seem to work. Any help would be greatly appreciated. You can try this fix on other versions of office like office 2013 office 365 etc. After doing this, I couldn't open a Microsoft Office product from any user account, including administrators and users who are logging into that computer and creating a new profile from the default profile. Note that in order to see the ProgramData folder, you need to open Explorer and click on the Organize button and click on Folder and Search options. Then try below method to activate it. Now reopen office 2010 program, you will not get any error.
Hope the information provided is helpful. It will be very beneficial for other community members who have similar questions. In this situation when user try to open Outlook 2010 which is installed earlier, starting to configuration process and after that verify the license key. Once Office was reinstalled, I opened one of the applications, used my new key, and after that, I've had no issues. So after you change the time on your computer, you can enter the product key by going to Control Panel — Programs and Features. I was able to log in as one of the previous users who had already logged in before and open any Microsoft Office application, even after applying all Microsoft Updates after reinstalling. In my example, the user was recently migrated to Windows 10 and after running into an issue with Microsoft Outlook ran the compatibility wizard, selected Outlook and then selected a different operating system than the current operating system.
You can get to system restore by click on Start and typing in system restore. I've uninstalled, reinstalled, repaired, reentered the product key. Thank you in advance for your help. If you need any assistance while following the steps, you can contact our 24×7 Technical Support. Note: You might get this message when using Office 2010, 2013 or 2016. Again open any Office program and you may have to type in the key one more time.
You should repair the Office program by using Control Panel. Yesterday morning I received 3 phone calls with users having the same issue. I am able to run the online repair of office and now I can open programs again. I have Microsoft Office Home and Business 2010. Figured it out because I logged in as a local user off the domain and office opened up.
Now go ahead and find your product key for Office, which is usually on the packaging and type it into the box. Not when connected to Wifi. It should stay activated even after restarting. My Office product came installed on my computer. I have been a professional in the financial reporting business for over 20 years.
Refer the article mentioned below on how to repair Office 2010: If the issue still persists, if you have provided with Office 2010 disk and product key from your Computer manufacturer then uninstall and reinstall Office 2010. You may find your license key on your e-mail. Hopefully, one of the methods above fixed your problem! Now click on Microsoft Office and click on the Change button. In order to solve this issue first insert the license key. You may also refer the link below for more information. I've tried running cscript ospp.
However, you can from Amazon at very low cost, using an original product support the developers and keep you safe from the which comes along with pirated programs. Windows 10 does not display a Compatibility tab on shortcuts to or executable files themselves which are signed by Microsoft and known to be compatible with that operating system. Where do I go from here? However it is very important application but sometimes it creates a problem for user. Hit Enter on your keyboard cd. I got the above error on a machine which has had this version of Office for several years, Window 8.
Unfortunately, none of them have worked so far. Any ideas… Hi, I am using the 64-bit version mentioned below but I am unsure at what point I am supposed to type that in? A repair attempt failed or was canceled by the user. If all is well, set the computer system date back to today's date, and restart the Windows Time service. Thanks for all of your responses. It is unclear what causes this issue. For further queries, reply and we are happy to help you.