How do I get rid of the agreement request to access Word, etc.? Thank you. Every time I open Outlook 2013 (paid $149.00) a box appears in which she asks to accept the deal. I`m tired and two hours on the phone with so-called a Microsoft expert didn`t help them “don`t know why”! I can no longer access Word, Excel, etc. with my personal subscription MS 365, which will be renewed in July. A “Accept the license agreement” for MS 365 for Business always comes back and asks me to accept it. I don`t want an MS 365 for business. I don`t have an MS365 for business application. I have uninstalled and reinstalled 365 staff and the license agreement is still a firecracker. I wonder if this is really a Microsoft license. I don`t know where it came from. Restart your computer > open an office program > accept the EULA license agreement.

1. Run Windows Explorer and access the folder containing executables (i.e. the programs themselves, not their links). On my system, it`s C:, program files (x86), Microsoft Office, Office12. (Note: I use Office 2007. Your file may be called Office11.) Go to the control panel > user accounts > disable user account control. Wow! I tried several other corrections considered until the registration changed, all successfully No. My 2003 Word worked with Windows 7, but the Accept window remained intact no matter what I tried. You have to accept the end office user contract every time you launch an office program (MSKB) thanks, it took barely a minute to fix the problem. Good leadership.

Thank you the simple but very valuable solution. Thank you for your help. But! the next time I open the programs, I always get this annoying screen come and ask me to accept or refuse. I know I registered correctly, so why is this still happening and how can I stop it?? Thank you. A right click on Outlook in the Start menu did not give the execution as an administration option. I had to find a view.exe and click with the right button on it, what a ROYAL pain. Outlook is a pain – I don`t know all the geeky things about my internet connections that I should provide to allow me to use Outlook. Ridiculous – I`m going to unload my office and use open office. Microsoft is shooting itself in the foot again. Listen to the crowds!!! If you are a Vista user who encounters the same problem, the same correction should go around. Thank you very much…. It drove me crazy every time I opened the mail! Much better and easier steps than Microsoft`s website.

I could find out and let it happen. Thank you very much. It drove me crazy. Try this. Click with the right mouse button on any Office menu item. Select “Run as an Administrator.” Accept EULA. Close the office and launch it normally. . Yet Microsoft Office is cool and pretty good. However, the 2003 team did this permission without really thinking. I hope so, because if they actually thought about it and did it anyway………. Sighs! I don`t understand why we have to accept Outlook if we don`t like it.

I would like to go back to the original system. . Today I used your hose, and in less than a minute, everything was perfect. Thank you very much. Thank you! I really appreciate this correction that also works in Win7 with Office 2003 Small Business Edition. This is caused by Windows security and permissions. Your Windows user account does not have the necessary permissions to write activation in registration. “Or, as simple and straight as it is, 5 works perfectly.

Repeat the process for all other offensive office programs. Let us not focus on the reasons for this situation. It`s a Microsoft product,” pretty much said. Let`s fix it instead. Here`s how it works: We have a lot of questions about desktop activation that fail: 2. Find the executable file for each program that presents this problem.