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I created another user on my computer. I want the new user

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I created another user on my computer. I want the new user be able to access all programs like Microsoft word, excel etc. How do I do that?
I have Windows 7.


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Already created a new user. I can't get the new user to be able to use Microsoft Word.
click on start type compmgmt.msc. Right click on it-->run as administrator.
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Right click on your new account-->properties--> member of
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Then click on ok-->apply-->ok.
Restart your pc.

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Customer: replied 5 years ago.
Relist: Inaccurate answer.

what happens when the new user tries to use an ms office program ?

 

If its just that there is no icon for it on the desktop

you should be able to go to

start menu / all programs / and look under microsoft office

 

Or you can actually browse to the program

click on computer

click on c drive

program files ( you may have to say yes let me see the system folder )

ms office

then it depends on the version but there will be somethng like office12

click that

and you should see exe files such as

winword.exe exel.exe

right click on one and select copy

right click on a blank area of the desktop and select paste as shortcut

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