Microsoft has a good number of extra templates and add-ons available for its Office products, but getting to them requires the download of a validation tool, then a check against whether your Office product is "genuine" or not. No longer, it seems, as Ed Bott found that templates were easy to download without any kind of validation check recently. You still need to register your Office copy at installation time, of course. [Ed Bott's Microsoft Report; image via Gecko & Fly]
Microsoft Quietly Drops Annoying Genuine Advantage Validation
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