This newer laptop has no CD/DVD drive, and I want to load MS office, (Open office doesn't see the macros) so how do I do it? the other laptop does have a CD drive.
Can you go into detail Ray, I have tried various ways of doing this and failed miserably, please explain in detail.Used an older Computer with a CD drive and put my Office CD in it. Open up the drives and either copy or 'send to' the memory stick in it's USB.
Other than really just repeating what I said above Drew, I'm not sure what to add.Can you go into detail Ray, I have tried various ways of doing this and failed miserably, please explain in detail.
Making a copy of a film on a DVD now is practicably impossible, I believe copying a programme is just as bad.
Some of us don't need the latest versions though, mine is office 97 and does all I need, and could you elaborate the laptop to laptop one, please.Christ! How old is the version if its on a CD!
They have been available to download from your MS account for years now.
You should be able to copy the content onto a USB stick and install from there although Ive never had to try that method. Alternatively if you are feeling brave if both laptops are on the same network you could just share the CD drive on the old one and then find it on your network from the new one and install it across your network directly from the CD drive on the old laptop.