Accept The License Agreement Microsoft

Dang it, Microsoft, she accepts! She agrees! Hi Sally, thank you for posting your request in the Microsoft Office community. You do not need to accept the End User License Agreement every time you start an Office program. The problem that has arisen may occur if your user account does not have permissions to change the Microsoft Windows record. Let`s give permission to the office record entries by performing the steps below and verifying that the problem arises again. Important: Be sure to save the recording according to the instructions below before making any edit/delete. support.microsoft.com/kb/322756 1) Open Recording • Hold down the Windows key + R. • Copy the following command, type it or type the following command in the Open field, then press Enter: regedit Under 32-bit versions of Windows: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESoftwareMicrosoftOffice15.0 Under 64-bit versions of Windows: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESoftwareWow6432NodeMicrosoftOffice15.0 2) Find the next registration key, then right-click on it. 3) Click Permissions. 4) Click the user (Computer_nameuser), and then select the Allow full access control box. 5) Click OK, and then quit the recording editor. Launch an Office program, and then accept the End User License Agreement. Repeat steps 1 through 4, and then remove the full access permission that you gave to users (Computer_nameusers) in step 5. To do this, search for users (Computer_nameuser), and then clear the Allow full access check box.