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If you don't activate your software, eventually Office 2010 switches to Reduced Functionality mode where it lets you open files to view them but not edit them. You can still activate by going to File > Help > Activate Product Key. In the Activation Wizard, choose the option for activating by telephone, and when you call the activation number, but do not enter anything or say anything. You'll be transferred to someone who can help you.
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