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change you key in office 2010 onwards..

It can be done via the command line.  Open up a Command Prompt (Press the Windows Button and type CMD or navigate to All Programs -> Accessories -> Command Prompt).  Then you just need to use the command below that matches your OS.   For 32 bit Windows: cscript "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office15\OSPP.VBS" /inpkey:yourkeygoeshere   For 64 bit Windows (assuming you are using 32 bit Office): cscript "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office15\OSPP.VBS" /inpkey:yourkeygoeshere   Obviously, you need to replace yourkeygoeshere with your product key.   Note:  If you are installing a 64 bit version of Office on 64 bit Windows, the command for 32 bit Windows should be used (or just delete the (x86) part since it won't be installing to the C:\Program Files (x86)\ directory).

Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies

All credit to my friend Louise for this...    2 C.  Sugar 1/2 C.  Milk 1/3 C. Cocoa 1/2 C.  Butter 1 tsp. Vanilla 1/2 C.  Peanut Butter(Chunkystyle O.K.,don't add nuts) 3 C.  Uncooked Quick Rolled Oats 1/2 C. walnuts, chopped (optional)   Mix sugar, cocoa, butter, and milk in large saucepan.  Bring mixture to boil AND let Boil 2 minutes and remove from heat.  Add peanut butter, vanilla, mix well.  Add oatmeal and nuts.  WORK VERY FAST AFTER ADDING PEANUT BUTTER.  Drop by teaspoons onto cookie sheet covered with waxed paper.  Chill until firm.   Notes:  Use Chunky style peanut butter and nuts if you like lots of nutty flavor.   If you double the ingredients Boil mixture ONLY 1 minute longer.