|I assume you are talking about documents opened by Office |
After the initial trial period, Office 2007 will not allow you to
modify any document, unless a Valid License Key was
The documents are still pretty much "unlocked" and can be
edited in any program capable of opening those formats...
Just not in Office 2007.
A Trial version allows you to evaluate the 2007 Office
release for a limited amount of time, typically 60 days. To use
the Trial version, you must activate the software the first time
you run it. Otherwise, the Trial version runs in Reduced
Functionality mode. In Reduced Functionality mode, your
software behaves similarly to a viewer. You cannot save
modifications to documents or create any new documents,
and additional functionality might be reduced. No existing files
or documents are harmed in Reduced Functionality mode.
Full functionality returns when you activate the