Every time I launch an office product I get prompted to Activate Office. The pop up happens every time I open a document, so its getting a little annoying. Its like its there, but not there, is a weird way. Then, you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. The machine is a new ThinkPad, that originally had a trial version of Office 2016 on it. Is there a way to stop the pop up? I uninstalled that via the Control Panel, as well as uninstalling the Get Office app from the Start menu, before rebooting and installing the volume license edition.
Hi Licheng, Please try the following steps to see if it can resolve the issue. The layered image consists of the following: Hypervisor: XenServer 7. If you are still seeing something like the Activation Message issue, I'd suggest starting a new thread completely describing your hardware configuration and Windows version along with any details about your troubleshooting so far. On the Apple menu, click System Preferences. Then, you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. The patch you found me talking about is definitely not what you're seeing. Checking to see what is in your startup? Step 4: Open your Office 2016 app, such as Word.
Whenever I go into either Office Excel or Word so far and try to download templates, I first get a You may be victim of software counterfeiting. Uninstall the Office365 trial version 2. We'll post back once we have a solution. I am not pleased that I've already spent a solid hour trying to resolve this. This is frustrating me to no end. Those are just files in the folder telling us to activate something OfficeActivate. I suppose Dell would be the first step.
Wondering if anyone has had any issues with the latest Creators Update. Step 1: Type Programs and Features in Start menu search box Windows 7 and then press Enter key to open the same. Rebooted the machine and thought I would launch Word and I am getting a prompt to activate again. Giving up, I logged into the workstation under a different local user. At this moment, the offline installer or full setup of Office 2016 is not available.
Select Yes when prompted to open the Registry Editor. After reactivation, close and re-open the Office application and verify the result. This is where it assigns the key to the account, put when it then goes to redirect you to your account page where you can install you get stuck with the spinning loading wheel. For instance, if the activation always succeeds, but your user logged in before it started, that would suggest a delay would be useful. My update happened a couple of days ago and I now can't use any Office 2016 Pro programs without being told they're not activated. I do not have any wriiten material anywhere on the desk top with the key Diagnostic Report 1.
Thus, to fix the issue, try the following trick: Right click on shortcut of Word 2013, Excel 2013 or PowerPoint 2013 in Start Menu or Start Screen, and select Run as Administrator. If I have to uninstall Office 2016 I might as well reinstall 2010. Well then, I have no idea what the hell was going on previously then, which isn't terribly comforting. This article from the Microsoft Knowledge Base outlines the workaround listed below: Workaround Registry key information This section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to modify the registry. There are a few threads on here about it.
So, you will have to uninstall the previous version of Office before you can install the Microsoft Office 2016 Preview. Thanks, Anahita B The Office Team Anahita Bahrami Anahita: Thanks for your information on a workaround. I'd rather know what specifically needs correction. Thanks, Ran Hi Ran, I have tried the solution. I could not get the Office stub to see the browser. Didn't launch any office apps.
Tried on the other computers, same thing. That is not correct, leading me to suspect that the problem is with the trial edition Uninstaller. The linked registry key deletion succeeded. Brand new setup, uninstalled Office 360 trial, rebooted, installed Office 2016, activated it, rebooted and the popup kept coming back event thought it said that it is activated. It's not only Office either. We have been able to maintain the Office Preview automatically after that point with no issue.
What is the problem I meet? I have been in a viscous loop with Microsoft and decided to wipe the machine clean and reinstall everything. A day later, a gentleman with heavy Indian accent called, and asked to install Deskroll so he could diagnose the problem. How to Activate Microsoft Office 2016 without Product Key So you need to activate Office 2016 but don't have product key? Microsoft Error Reporting log version: 2. I'm going to try and grab a screenshot of the actual issue tomorrow, but wanted to throw this out here now while I was thinking about it. I've seen the reports of the same symptoms from Dell machines.