When a product key is entered into a Office productivity suite to activate the Office XP, Office 2003, Office 2007 or Office 2010 software, the license information is kept hidden from view, and end-user has no easy way to change the product key without having to mess with registry key.
If you decide to reset or change the product key of Office productivity suite, but do not want to hack the registry to remove the registration license information, Office Key Remover can come to help.
Office Key Remover is a small tool which removes Microsoft Office’s license information on the Office product that is installed on the system. The license information that is removed include product key and activation status. By removing the license information, Office will ask for a new product key in order to activate Office again, indirectly allow users to change the license key of Microsoft Office.
Office Key Remover is available from Google Sites.
Here’s how to use Office Key Remover:
- Run Office Key Remover.
- Choose the version of Office which license data you want to be removed.
- Start one of the Office products.
- Enter another product key once you’re asked.
You may need to run Office Key Remover as administrator in order for it to work properly. Office Key Remover supports Office XP, Office 2003, Office 2007 and Office 2010 currently. It requires Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 (or higher versions).