Microsoft office is a reliable package when it comes to computing tasks at a swift pace. There are some issues related to a product key that users face while trying to set up the office.com/setup package on their computer. The product key is the alphanumeric code that needs to be used to activate the copy of purchase-related to office. You can read about how you can retrieve the lost key of your office product.
CHECKING FOR THE KEY ON THE OFFICE ACCOUNT PAGE
- You can check for the lost key by logging in to your account related to Microsoft. It is easy to locate the key for the product you purchased or subscribed to. You can do this by logging in to the office account and then clicking on the option that says Install from a disc.
- After this, you can click on the option I have a disc and further tap on view your product key option. This way, you will be able to locate the product key related to your office setup.
DOWNLOADING THE PASSFAB SOFTWARE
- To retrieve the product key, you can download the software named passfab. You can open your browser and download the tool and install it on your system. Follow the guidelines upon double-clicking the setup, which will open the installation wizard window.
- Once you have installed, you can launch the software and choose the option of getting key. This will start initiating the search for the product key code. You can choose the option of saving on PC and can also choose the option of generating text.
CHECKING AT THE BACKSIDE OF THE PACKAGE
If you have lost your product key, you can check at the backside of the product package you bought, in some cases, you will need to scratch it to unveil the code. Once you find it, you can note it down and save it.
It is easy to locate and retrieve the product key code related to www.office.com/setup to validate the version of your office product.
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