Australian IT has a fascinating-but-appalling account of how one Microsoft customer who wants to pay for a copy of Office 2007 after using the trial version is now having his product code rejected because he upgraded to Windows 7. Microsoft is weirdly blaming the recent Office lawsuit, but it's hard to read the story and not be reminded that Microsoft often has no idea how to make its two most successful products work together. [Australian IT]
Microsoft Still Can't Get Office And Windows 7 To Play Nicely
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