Microsoft Office 2004 for Mac Installation Read Me

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This article contains a copy of the Microsoft Office 2004 for Mac Installation Read Me file. This file describes the requirements that are required to install the following programs:
  • Microsoft Office 2004 for Mac (full suite, including Microsoft Entourage 2004 for Mac, Microsoft Word 2004 for Mac, Microsoft Excel 2004 for Mac, and Microsoft PowerPoint 2004 for Mac)
  • Word 2004 for Mac (standalone version)
  • Excel 2004 for Mac (standalone version)
  • PowerPoint 2004 for Mac (standalone version)

INTRODUCTION

This article contains a copy of the information that is in the Installation Read Me file that is included with Microsoft Office 2004 for Mac.

MORE INFORMATION

Installation Read Me

March 2004
© 2004 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

This document provides late-breaking information about Microsoft Office 2004 for Mac and is current as of the date above. After that date, you can find more current information and resources at the Microsoft website at http://www.microsoft.com/mac/.

This document contains an Installation Read Me for each of the following products:
  • Microsoft Office 2004 for Mac (full suite, including Entourage 2004, Word 2004, Excel 2004, and PowerPoint 2004)
  • Microsoft Word 2004 for Mac (standalone version)
  • Microsoft Excel 2004 for Mac (standalone version)
  • Microsoft PowerPoint 2004 for Mac (standalone version)

Microsoft Office 2004 for Mac Installation Read Me

CONTENTS

  • System requirements for Microsoft Office 2004
  • Upgrading to Microsoft Office 2004
    • Upgrade eligibility
    • Upgrading to Microsoft Office 2004
    • Importing contact information to Microsoft Office 2004
  • Installing Microsoft Office 2004
  • More help

System requirements and installation

To run Microsoft Office 2004, your computer must meet the following minimum requirements:
  • Processor: Mac OS X-compatible processor that is a model G3 or higher.
  • Operating System: Mac OS X version 10.2.8 or later.
  • Memory: 256 MB of RAM.
  • Hard Disk*: 570 MB of available hard-disk space for installing Office by using the Office Setup Assistant (recommended); 610 MB for installing Office by dragging the Microsoft Office 2004 folder to your hard disk.
  • Drives: CD-ROM drive.
  • Display: Monitor that can display 1024 x 768 or higher resolution displaying thousands of colors.
    *The hard disk should be in Mac OS Extended (HFS+) format, the default format for Mac OS X. Although you can use drag-and-drop installation to install Office 2004 on a hard disk that is in another format, Microsoft does not currently support such a configuration. To determine the format of your hard disk, on the Apple menu, click About This Mac, and then click More Info.

To use all of the features available in Office 2004, we recommend that you have the following additional items and services:
  • Modem: 14.4 Kbps or faster.
  • Internet Access: Internet access (for Microsoft Entourage and certain features in other Office programs). Internet access might require you to pay a separate fee to a service provider; local and/or long-distance telephone charges might apply.

Upgrading to Microsoft Office 2004

Upgrade eligibility


You can upgrade to Microsoft Office 2004 if you are a licensed user of any of the following Microsoft products:
  • Office 98
  • Office 2001
  • Office v. X (all editions)
  • Word + Entourage 2001, Special Edition
  • Word 98
  • Word 2001
  • Word X
  • Word 2004
  • Excel 98
  • Excel 2001
  • Excel X
  • Excel 2004
  • PowerPoint 98
  • PowerPoint 2001
  • PowerPoint X
  • PowerPoint 2004
Unless you are a licensed user of any of the preceding products, you must purchase and install the full version of Office 2004 to use it.

Upgrading to Microsoft Office 2004


To upgrade to Microsoft Office 2004, follow the instructions in section 3 of this Read Me, Installing Microsoft Office 2004. During installation, the Office Setup Assistant might prompt you to select the location of the folder that contains an upgrade-eligible product (the Microsoft Office X folder, for example) if it cannot find it automatically. If the folder is not currently on your hard disk, you will be prompted on first launch of Office 2004 to locate it. If the upgrade-eligible product is on the original installation CD-ROM of that product, insert the CD into the computer and select the CD-ROM location when prompted.

Importing contact information to Microsoft Office 2004


If you previously used Microsoft Outlook Express 5.0, Microsoft Entourage 2001, or Microsoft Entourage X, and you have identity data on your computer, you can import one of these identities for use in Entourage 2004 during step 3 of the Office Setup Assistant.

An identity stores a person's preferences, account settings, Address Book and Calendar information, schedules, tasks, messages, and more. You can choose to import a previous identity or create a new identity. After you install Office 2004, you can then choose to import additional identities by using Entourage 2004.

If you are not importing an identity from a previous version of Entourage or Outlook Express for Macintosh, create a new identity, which will be used throughout the Office 2004 programs. You must enter at least your first and last name. This information is not sent to Microsoft.

If you do not import identity information from your previous Office product during step 3, you can import it after you install Office 2004. To do so, open Entourage, click Import on the File menu, and then follow the instructions in the Import Assistant.

Installing Microsoft Office 2004

Important Before you install the full version of Office 2004, if you have the Office v. X Test Drive or the Office 2004 Test Drive installed on your computer, you must first remove the Microsoft Office X or Microsoft Office 2004 folder that was installed with the Test Drive. To do so, run the Remove Test Drive application to remove the Office v. X Test Drive or the Remove Office application to remove the Office 2004 Test Drive.

You can install either all Microsoft Office 2004 components at once or only those components that you select. The Office Setup Assistant guides you through installing Office in six easy steps.
  1. Welcome
  2. License Agreement
  3. User Information
  4. Product Key
  5. Installation
  6. Getting Started
Notes
  • Before you install Office 2004, turn off your virus-protection software because it might interfere with installation, and quit any programs that are running. Also, switch to Mac OS X if you are currently running the Classic environment (Mac OS 9). To quit the Classic environment, on the Apple menu, click System Preferences, and then click Classic. On the Start/Stop tab, click Stop.
  • Make sure that your Mac OS X user account has administrator privileges. (You must know both the user name and password for this account.) To check your user account for administrator privileges, on the Apple menu, click System Preferences, and then click Accounts. User accounts with administrator privileges have the word "Admin" beside them. For more information about Admin accounts, see Mac Help.
Install Office
  • To start the Setup Assistant, insert the Microsoft Office 2004 CD-ROM into your computer's CD-ROM drive.
  • On the desktop, double-click the Microsoft Office 2004 icon.
  • When the setup window appears, double-click the Office Setup Assistant icon.
  • Follow steps 1 through 4 in the Office Setup Assistant. Be sure to read the instructions on each screen carefully.
    When you see the Authenticate window, enter an administrator user name and password. If the Setup Assistant becomes idle during any point in the setup process, you might be prompted for the user name and password again.
  • In step 5 of the Setup Assistant (Installation), under Select the installation location, on the pop-up menu, click the location you want.
  • Under Select the type of installation you want, click the type of installation you want. Most people will want the Recommended (default) installation. To install only certain components, click Custom, and then select the check boxes for the components you want.

    Note Clearing the check box next to a component in the Setup Assistant does not remove the component if you previously installed Office 2004.
  • Click Install.
Photo credits for sample documents The following photos are used in the sample documents of Office 2004:
  • Soaking Pool at Health Spa, Ryan McVay, Getty Images
  • Skiers Hiking Up Snow Covered Mountain, Chase Jarvis, Getty Images
  • Facial, Steve Mason, Getty Images
  • Woman getting a massage, Getty Images
  • Woman Exercising at a Health Club, Ian Wyatt, Getty Images
  • Man Lifting Weights, Ian Wyatt, Getty Images
  • Silhouette of Backpackers, Jack Hollingsworth, Getty Images
  • Friends Sitting in Living Room Talking, Ryan McVay, Getty Images
  • Rear View of a Family on a Sleigh Ride, Steve Mason, Getty Images
  • Skiers Riding a Ski Lift, Steve Mason, Getty Images
  • Snowboarder Jumping, Chase Jarvis, Getty Images
  • Woman Getting a Message, Ryan McVay, Getty Images
  • Ski Tracks in the Snow, Donovan Reese, Getty Images
  • Family Snowshoeing in Deep Snow, Ryan McVay, Getty Images
  • Canadian Rocky Mountains, Donovan Reese, Getty Images
  • Family Playing in the Snow Outside a Ski Lodge, Steve Mason, Getty Images
  • Alpine Grill Restaurant – eating, Digital Vision
  • Rustic Living Room, Corbis
  • Traditional Style Master Bedroom, Corbis
  • Seafood Pasta, Corbis
  • Exterior of Lodge, Corbis
  • Downhill skier, Corbis
  • Row of Skiers Skiing Downhill, Getty Images
  • Downhill Snowboarders, Getty Images

More help

For additional technical assistance, you can get support information on the Web at http://support.microsoft.com. You can also contact Microsoft Product Support Services in the United States by phone at (866) 452-4755 for standard support, and (800) 936-5700 for paid assisted support. In Canada, call (800) 936-8479 for standard support, and (800) 668-7975 for paid assisted support.

Microsoft Word 2004 for Mac Installation Read Me

CONTENTS

  • System requirements for Microsoft Word 2004
  • Upgrading to Microsoft Word 2004
    • Upgrade eligibility
    • Upgrading to Microsoft Word 2004
    • Importing contact information to Microsoft Word 2004
  • Installing Microsoft Word 2004
  • More help

System requirements and installation

To run Microsoft Word 2004, your computer must meet the following minimum requirements:
  • Processor: Mac OS X-compatible processor that is a model G3 or higher.
  • Operating System: Mac OS X version 10.2.8 or later.
  • Memory: 256 MB of RAM.
  • Hard Disk*: 570 MB of available hard-disk space for installing Word by using the Office Setup Assistant (recommended); 610 MB for installing Office by dragging the Microsoft Office 2004 folder to your hard disk.
  • Drives: CD-ROM drive.
  • Display: Monitor that can display 1024 x 768 or higher resolution displaying thousands of colors.
    *The hard disk should be in Mac OS Extended (HFS+) format, the default format for Mac OS X. Although you can use drag-and-drop installation to install Office 2004 on a hard disk that is in another format, Microsoft does not currently support such a configuration. To determine the format of your hard disk, on the Apple menu, click About This Mac, and then click More Info.

To use all of the features available in Word 2004, we recommend that you have the following additional items and services:
  • Modem: 14.4 Kbps or faster.
  • Internet Access: Internet access (for Microsoft Entourage and certain features in other Office programs). Internet access might require you to pay a separate fee to a service provider; local and/or long-distance telephone charges might apply.

Upgrading to Microsoft Word 2004

Upgrade eligibility


You can upgrade to Microsoft Office 2004 if you are a licensed user of any of the following Microsoft products:
  • Office 98
  • Office 2001
  • Office v. X (all editions)
  • Word + Entourage 2001, Special Edition
  • Word 98
  • Word 2001
  • Word X
  • Word 2004
Unless you are a licensed user of any of the preceding products, you must purchase and install the full version of Word 2004 to use it.

Upgrading to Microsoft Word 2004


To upgrade to Microsoft Word 2004, follow the instructions in section 3 of this Read Me, Installing Microsoft Word 2004. During installation, the Office Setup Assistant might prompt you to select the location of the folder that contains an upgrade-eligible product (the Microsoft Office X folder, for example) if it cannot find it automatically. If the folder is not currently on your hard disk, you will be prompted on first launch of Word 2004 to locate it. If the upgrade-eligible product is on the original installation CD-ROM of that product, insert the CD into the computer and select the CD-ROM location when prompted.

Importing contact information to Microsoft Word 2004


If you previously used Microsoft Outlook Express 5.0, Microsoft Entourage 2001, or Microsoft Entourage X, and you have identity data on your computer, you can import one of these identities for use in Word 2004 during step 3 of the Office Setup Assistant.

An identity stores a person's preferences, account settings, Address Book and Calendar information, schedules, tasks, messages, and more. You can choose to import a previous identity or create a new identity. If you are not importing an identity from a previous version of Entourage or Outlook Express for Macintosh, create a new identity. You must enter at least your first and last name. This information is not sent to Microsoft

If you are not importing an identity from a previous version of Entourage or Outlook Express for Macintosh, create a new identity, which will be used throughout the Word 2004 programs. You must enter at least your first and last name. This information is not sent to Microsoft.

If you do not import identity information from your previous Office product during step 3, you can import it after you install Word 2004. To do so, open Entourage, click Import on the File menu, and then follow the instructions in the Import Assistant.

Installing Microsoft Word 2004

Important Before you install the full version of Word 2004, if you have the Office v. X Test Drive or the Office 2004 Test Drive installed on your computer, you must first remove the Microsoft Office X or Microsoft Office 2004 folder that was installed with the Test Drive. To do so, run the Remove Test Drive application to remove the Office v. X Test Drive or the Remove Office application to remove the Office 2004 Test Drive.

You can install either all Microsoft Word 2004 components at once or only those components that you select. The Office Setup Assistant guides you through installing Word in six easy steps.
  1. Welcome
  2. License Agreement
  3. User Information
  4. Product Key
  5. Installation
  6. Getting Started
Notes
  • Before you install Word 2004, turn off your virus-protection software because it might interfere with installation, and quit any programs that are running. Also, switch to Mac OS X if you are currently running the Classic environment (Mac OS 9). To quit the Classic environment, on the Apple menu, click System Preferences, and then click Classic. On the Start/Stop tab, click Stop.
  • Make sure that your Mac OS X user account has administrator privileges. (You must know both the user name and password for this account.) To check your user account for administrator privileges, on the Apple menu, click System Preferences, and then click Accounts. User accounts with administrator privileges have the word "Admin" beside them. For more information about Admin accounts, see Mac Help.
Install Word
  • To start the Setup Assistant, insert the Microsoft Word 2004 CD-ROM into your computer's CD-ROM drive.
  • On the desktop, double-click the Microsoft Word 2004 icon.
  • When the setup window appears, double-click the Office Setup Assistant icon.
  • Follow steps 1 through 4 in the Office Setup Assistant. Be sure to read the instructions on each screen carefully.
    When you see the Authenticate window, enter an administrator user name and password. If the Setup Assistant becomes idle during any point in the setup process, you might be prompted for the user name and password again.
  • In step 5 of the Setup Assistant (Installation), under Select the installation location, on the pop-up menu, click the location you want.
  • Under Select the type of installation you want, click the type of installation you want. Most people will want the Recommended (default) installation. To install only certain components, click Custom, and then select the check boxes for the components you want.
    Note Clearing the check box next to a component in the Setup Assistant does not remove the component if you previously installed Word 2004.
  • Click Install.

More help

For additional technical assistance, you can get support information on the Web at http://support.microsoft.com. You can also contact Microsoft Product Support Services in the United States by phone at (866) 452-4755 for standard support, and (800) 936-5700 for paid assisted support. In Canada, call (800) 936-8479 for standard support, and (800) 668-7975 for paid assisted support.

Microsoft Excel 2004 for Mac Installation Read Me

CONTENTS

  • System requirements for Microsoft Excel 2004
  • Upgrading to Microsoft Excel 2004
    • Upgrade eligibility
    • Upgrading to Microsoft Excel 2004
    • Importing contact information to Microsoft Excel 2004
  • Installing Microsoft Excel 2004
  • More help

System requirements and installation

To run Microsoft Excel 2004, your computer must meet the following minimum requirements:
  • Processor: Mac OS X-compatible processor that is a model G3 or higher.
  • Operating System: Mac OS X version 10.2.8 or later.
  • Memory: 256 MB of RAM.
  • Hard Disk*: 570 MB of available hard-disk space for installing Word by using the Office Setup Assistant (recommended); 610 MB for installing Office by dragging the Microsoft Office 2004 folder to your hard disk.
  • Drives: CD-ROM drive.
  • Display: Monitor that can display 1024 x 768 or higher resolution displaying thousands of colors.
    *The hard disk should be in Mac OS Extended (HFS+) format, the default format for Mac OS X. Although you can use drag-and-drop installation to install Office 2004 on a hard disk that is in another format, Microsoft does not currently support such a configuration. To determine the format of your hard disk, on the Apple menu, click About This Mac, and then click More Info.

To use all of the features available in Excel 2004, we recommend that you have the following additional items and services:
  • Modem: 14.4 Kbps or faster.
  • Internet Access: Internet access (for Microsoft Entourage and certain features in other Office programs). Internet access might require you to pay a separate fee to a service provider; local and/or long-distance telephone charges might apply.

Upgrading to Microsoft Excel 2004

Upgrade eligibility


You can upgrade to Microsoft Office 2004 if you are a licensed user of any of the following Microsoft products:
  • Office 98
  • Office 2001
  • Office v. X (all editions)
  • Excel 98
  • Excel 2001
  • Excel X
  • Excel 2004
Unless you are a licensed user of any of the preceding products, you must purchase and install the full version of Excel 2004 to use it.

Upgrading to Microsoft Excel 2004


To upgrade to Microsoft Excel 2004, follow the instructions in section 3 of this Read Me, Installing Microsoft Excel 2004. During installation, the Office Setup Assistant might prompt you to select the location of the folder that contains an upgrade-eligible product (the Microsoft Office X folder, for example) if it cannot find it automatically. If the folder is not currently on your hard disk, you will be prompted on first launch of Word 2004 to locate it. If the upgrade-eligible product is on the original installation CD-ROM of that product, insert the CD into the computer and select the CD-ROM location when prompted.

Installing Microsoft Excel 2004

Important Before you install the full version of Excel 2004, if you have the Office v. X Test Drive or the Office 2004 Test Drive installed on your computer, you must first remove the Microsoft Office X or Microsoft Office 2004 folder that was installed with the Test Drive. To do so, run the Remove Test Drive application to remove the Office v. X Test Drive or the Remove Office application to remove the Office 2004 Test Drive.

You can install either all Microsoft Excel 2004 components at once or only those components that you select. The Office Setup Assistant guides you through installing Word in six easy steps.
  1. Welcome
  2. License Agreement
  3. User Information
  4. Product Key
  5. Installation
  6. Getting Started
Notes
  • Before you install Excel 2004, turn off your virus-protection software because it might interfere with installation, and quit any programs that are running. Also, switch to Mac OS X if you are currently running the Classic environment (Mac OS 9). To quit the Classic environment, on the Apple menu, click System Preferences, and then click Classic. On the Start/Stop tab, click Stop.
  • Make sure that your Mac OS X user account has administrator privileges. (You must know both the user name and password for this account.) To check your user account for administrator privileges, on the Apple menu, click System Preferences, and then click Accounts. User accounts with administrator privileges have the word "Admin" beside them. For more information about Admin accounts, see Mac Help.
Install Word
  • To start the Setup Assistant, insert the Microsoft Excel 2004 CD-ROM into your computer's CD-ROM drive.
  • On the desktop, double-click the Microsoft Excel 2004 icon.
  • When the setup window appears, double-click the Office Setup Assistant icon.
  • Follow steps 1 through 4 in the Office Setup Assistant. Be sure to read the instructions on each screen carefully.
    When you see the Authenticate window, enter an administrator user name and password. If the Setup Assistant becomes idle during any point in the setup process, you might be prompted for the user name and password again.
  • In step 5 of the Setup Assistant (Installation), under Select the installation location, on the pop-up menu, click the location you want.
  • Under Select the type of installation you want, click the type of installation you want. Most people will want the Recommended (default) installation. To install only certain components, click Custom, and then select the check boxes for the components you want.
    Note Clearing the check box next to a component in the Setup Assistant does not remove the component if you previously installed Excel 2004.
  • Click Install.

More help

For additional technical assistance, you can get support information on the Web at http://support.microsoft.com. You can also contact Microsoft Product Support Services in the United States by phone at (866) 452-4755 for standard support, and (800) 936-5700 for paid assisted support. In Canada, call (800) 936-8479 for standard support, and (800) 668-7975 for paid assisted support.

Microsoft PowerPoint 2004 for Mac Installation Read Me

CONTENTS

  • System requirements for Microsoft PowerPoint 2004
  • Upgrading to Microsoft PowerPoint 2004
    • Upgrade eligibility
    • Upgrading to Microsoft PowerPoint 2004
    • Importing contact information to Microsoft PowerPoint 2004
  • Installing Microsoft PowerPoint 2004
  • More help

System requirements and installation

To run Microsoft PowerPoint 2004, your computer must meet the following minimum requirements:
  • Processor: Mac OS X-compatible processor that is a model G3 or higher.
  • Operating System: Mac OS X version 10.2.8 or later.
  • Memory: 256 MB of RAM.
  • Hard Disk*: 570 MB of available hard-disk space for installing Word by using the Office Setup Assistant (recommended); 610 MB for installing Office by dragging the Microsoft Office 2004 folder to your hard disk.
  • Drives: CD-ROM drive.
  • Display: Monitor that can display 1024 x 768 or higher resolution displaying thousands of colors.
    *The hard disk should be in Mac OS Extended (HFS+) format, the default format for Mac OS X. Although you can use drag-and-drop installation to install Office 2004 on a hard disk that is in another format, Microsoft does not currently support such a configuration. To determine the format of your hard disk, on the Apple menu, click About This Mac, and then click More Info.

To use all of the features available in PowerPoint 2004, we recommend that you have the following additional items and services:
  • Modem: 14.4 Kbps or faster.
  • Internet Access: Internet access (for Microsoft Entourage and certain features in other Office programs). Internet access might require you to pay a separate fee to a service provider; local and/or long-distance telephone charges might apply.

Upgrading to Microsoft PowerPoint 2004

Upgrade eligibility


You can upgrade to Microsoft Office 2004 if you are a licensed user of any of the following Microsoft products:
  • Office 98
  • Office 2001
  • Office v. X (all editions)
  • PowerPoint 98
  • PowerPoint 2001
  • PowerPoint X
  • PowerPoint 2004
Unless you are a licensed user of any of the preceding products, you must purchase and install the full version of PowerPoint 2004 to use it.

Upgrading to Microsoft PowerPoint 2004


To upgrade to Microsoft PowerPoint 2004, follow the instructions in section 3 of this Read Me, Installing Microsoft PowerPoint 2004. During installation, the Office Setup Assistant might prompt you to select the location of the folder that contains an upgrade-eligible product (the Microsoft Office X folder, for example) if it cannot find it automatically. If the folder is not currently on your hard disk, you will be prompted on first launch of Word 2004 to locate it. If the upgrade-eligible product is on the original installation CD-ROM of that product, insert the CD into the computer and select the CD-ROM location when prompted.

Installing Microsoft PowerPoint 2004

Important Before you install the full version of PowerPoint 2004, if you have the Office v. X Test Drive or the Office 2004 Test Drive installed on your computer, you must first remove the Microsoft Office X or Microsoft Office 2004 folder that was installed with the Test Drive. To do so, run the Remove Test Drive application to remove the Office v. X Test Drive or the Remove Office application to remove the Office 2004 Test Drive.

You can install either all Microsoft PowerPoint 2004 components at once or only those components that you select. The Office Setup Assistant guides you through installing Word in six easy steps.
  1. Welcome
  2. License Agreement
  3. User Information
  4. Product Key
  5. Installation
  6. Getting Started
Notes
  • Before you install PowerPoint 2004, turn off your virus-protection software because it might interfere with installation, and quit any programs that are running. Also, switch to Mac OS X if you are currently running the Classic environment (Mac OS 9). To quit the Classic environment, on the Apple menu, click System Preferences, and then click Classic. On the Start/Stop tab, click Stop.
  • Make sure that your Mac OS X user account has administrator privileges. (You must know both the user name and password for this account.) To check your user account for administrator privileges, on the Apple menu, click System Preferences, and then click Accounts. User accounts with administrator privileges have the word "Admin" beside them. For more information about Admin accounts, see Mac Help.
Install Word
  • To start the Setup Assistant, insert the Microsoft PowerPoint 2004 CD-ROM into your computer's CD-ROM drive.
  • On the desktop, double-click the Microsoft PowerPoint 2004 icon.
  • When the setup window appears, double-click the Office Setup Assistant icon.
  • Follow steps 1 through 4 in the Office Setup Assistant. Be sure to read the instructions on each screen carefully.
    When you see the Authenticate window, enter an administrator user name and password. If the Setup Assistant becomes idle during any point in the setup process, you might be prompted for the user name and password again.
  • In step 5 of the Setup Assistant (Installation), under Select the installation location, on the pop-up menu, click the location that you want.
  • Under Select the type of installation you want, click the type of installation you want. Most people will want the Recommended (default) installation. To install only certain components, click Custom, and then select the check boxes for the components that you want.

    Note Clearing the check box next to a component in the Setup Assistant does not remove the component if you previously installed PowerPoint 2004.
  • Click Install.

More help

For additional technical assistance, you can get support information on the Web at http://support.microsoft.com. You can also contact Microsoft Product Support Services in the United States by phone at (866) 452-4755 for standard support, and (800) 936-5700 for paid assisted support. In Canada, call (800) 936-8479 for standard support, and (800) 668-7975 for paid assisted support.

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