Step 1: Download and install it on your computer. Have you tried this process as Tim-H also mentioned. Check your Inbox, Junk Mails, and Deleted Items to find the product key. Method 2: Find Office 2013 product key from your Windows Registry Once you have Microsoft Office 2013 installed on your computer, the product key is stored and encrypted inside the Windows registry. I now want to find the product key to use it on another new laptop as I need to discard the desktop machine. You need to sign-in to your account to get the product key.
If you have indeed lost your product key or permanently deleted it by mistake, the last chance to find the Office 2013 product key is searching for Windows Registry. I have purchased the licensed Microsoft Office 2013 software from a local vendor. Tried locating the key using registry as well but it didn't work either. If you are going to add the keys manually maybe use the notes field. Step 4: Now, click on Save or Save to File button to save all the found product keys in a notepad. The intent is to help us catalog the keys used for customers.
It is a 25 alpha numeric characters. ProduKey doesn't work for it, and I've searched through the registry looking for a key. But luckily, a Product Key Finder tool can help do the finding with ease. I have tried a couple of key finder programs like Produkey and WinKeyFinder but had no luck finding the key. Is this really not possible? I'm not sure I understand the appeal of having a database full of license keys for users, but that's just me.
If you purchased Office 2013 from Microsoft online, the product key should be stored in your Microsoft account online and arrived in your email receipt. I've already linked him that page, Tim, he just doesn't accept that as an answer and believes there's some other command line tool or powershell script that can pull a non-existent key. Your boss has no choice but to accept this - print or share this link she he doesn't question you, it's here in black and white, clear as day. Captain James T Kirk Tim-H Zidormi wrote: I'm coming up with all the same answers you guys are. Can someone link me something saying this isn't possible if it's not? I can use the vbs to get the last 5 characters, but not the full key.
I'm not sure I understand the appeal of having a database full of license keys for users, but that's just me. Hopefully I don't get in trouble for not being able to do the impossible. I shall summon him and see. The trial version can only find the first five characters of the 25-character product key, while the full version can find the full characters of the product key. .
It also says the product is activated. I can see Microsoft Office 2013 Home and Business installed. Notes: iSumsoft Product Key Finder includes two versions: the trial version and the full version. I'm not sure if Chris may have an answer. Method 1: Find Office 2013 product key from where you purchased it If you purchased Microsoft Office 2013 as a disc in a box from a local vendor, or as a product card from a retail store, then your product key will be with the physical purchase — on the disc sleeve, on a sticker, on the product card, or in the manual. This time please put the Office 2013 product key in a safer place just in case you can't find it again. Step 2: Launch iSumsoft Product Key Finder, and then click on Start Recovery button.
I'm not sure if Chris may have an answer. Spiceworks cannot pick up the keys of 2013 or above due to them being encrypted in the registry. However, I have misplaced the product key and I'm also not registered online. I also tried using powershell. I've already linked him that page, Tim, he just doesn't accept that as an answer and believes there's some other command line tool or powershell script that can pull a non-existent key. But sometimes you may don't keep the product key or you misplace it and now can't find it any more. Now, here are the steps you can take to find Office 2013 product key with the tool.
I have searched high and low for a solution to pull the entire product key for Office 2013 and above. Can someone please help me find the product key? For reference, just click on this article:. It is just because the product key is encrypted that you can't find it manually. Step 3: This program will immediately find the product key for your Microsoft Office 2013, as well as other paid software installed on your computer, and display the product keys in the list. If this is the case, don't worry, now here are a few methods that can help you. Well guys, thanks to the two of you for recognising my previous posts, it is good to see others do notice these posts, even when they do not comment, and I am not talking gibberish.
I really don't mind either way. I've even looked in my Office 365 account to see if I can find a key there, but no dice. It still really validates what I found. I shall summon him and see. I would doubt Chris will give you any other answer even if there is a way as Spiceworks have asked me themselves if I know of a product that can do this, and I don't.
Can someone please help me in how I can find the product key for my Office 2013? I really don't mind either way. Open the Notepad file and you can see your Microsoft Office 2013 product key plainly. Dear All, I have a desktop running 64 bit Windows 7 Service Pack 1. For further assistance, just send us a reply. If you have a digital license or if you're subscribed to Office 365, the product key is associated to your Microsoft account. The Product key is something important that we need to always keep because it is a must whenever you install or reinstall the software.