The short answer being is NO. You can of course post Office 95,97,98,2000 and XP but
not any versions of 2003,2007,2010 since they are still under the support period.
Once the support period expires then you may post those ISO files for the 03,07,10
My friends and I do PC support for different companies, most of which
are still on XP and still using older versions of Office. Many times
we will come across a situation where Office needs reinstalled and the
company we?re going into didn?t hold on to the CD?s or otherwise no
longer have them.
We can of course extract the product key for Office from the PC, but
we?re always looking around for the media.
So our idea was to rip CD?s of all the various flavors of older Office
(2000, XP, 2003, and the various sub categories like Basic/Standard/
My question is, would it be legal to throw all these ISO?s on a
website. Our intention is simply to help other technicians like
ourselves who have spent countless hours trying to locate the actual
media or iso.
We wouldn?t charge any money to access these, and they would be
useless without their respective product keys. So would this endeavor
be legal? We don?t want to get blasted by Microsoft.
Thanks in advance!