Residential Construction

Remodeling 101 — Enhance Your Living Space

As a residential construction (design/build) contractor, our primary focus is to understand a want or a need and then deliver a solution. With each home renovation, remodeling or new custom home construction project, our task is to help you solve a problem or fulfill a desire – in short, to enhance your living space.

New Custom Homes

Donatelli Builders does not build subdivisions; in fact, we only build one-of-a-kind, fully custom homes.

We concentrate our efforts on helping you avoid the pitfalls inherent in the new home construction process. We do this through meticulous design planning and detailed project execution: our internal, comprehensive “best practices” checklist of more than 1,800 items is designed to prevent the problems that typically arise in each new home construction phase. All of this information — along with contracts, schedules, estimates and all other project-related documents — is available to our entire project team on our cutting-edge online project management system.

Our detailed methodology and integrated technology enables us to provide you with attentive service and exceptional results. Click here to request your complimentary new custom home consultation!

Whole House Remodeling

Your home needs to adapt to changes in your lifestyle. If you absolutely love where you live but want to upgrade your existing home with a large-scale home renovation, we can transform your existing home to meet your family’s changing needs.

Home renovations and home additions require as much skill and attention as any residential building project. Our genuine concern during any home renovation is preserving your safety, property, security and lifestyle.

We have renovated everything from Historic landmark buildings in Downtown Chicago from the 1,800s to lake front properties in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. This is our passion; it has been so for twenty-four years. To request a complimentary whole house remodel consultation, click here!

Remodeling

Your home must adjust to the ever-changing circumstances of your life. If a kitchen, bathroom, basement remodel or home theater project is in your near future, we invite you to experience the Donatelli Diamond Difference.

No matter what the size or scope of your remodeling needs, our in-house, skilled labor team will complete your project as agreed upon. Click here to request a complimentary custom remodel consultation!

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Changing the product key for Microsoft Office applications without reinstalling

The notebook PC that I use for work has Microsoft Office Enterprise 2007 installed. Office Enterprise includes most of the applications that I need but not Visio, so I also have Microsoft Office Visio 2007.

The 2007 office products can be used a certain number of times before activation is required and, unfortunately, when I tried to activate my copy of Visio I found that the product key had been used too many times and activation failed (the Office Enterprise key was fine). After watching the number of trial uses of the product slowly decrement, I needed to change the product key, but didn’t want to have to re-install Visio.

Microsoft knowledge base article 895456 provides details for changing the product key for the 2007 Office system (as well as other releases).

It’s important to note that:

  • For a 64-bit version of Windows, the registry location to edit will be HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Office\version\Registration rather than HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\version\Registration.
  • If multiple Office products are installed, multiple GUIDs will appear in the registry – the important entry to look at will be the ProductName – in my case one GUID had a ProductName of Microsoft Office Visio Professional 2007 and the other had a ProductName of Microsoft Office Enterprise 2007.

Once the correct GUID had been tracked down and the associated DigitalProductID and ProductID entries removed, I fired up Visio, entered a different product key and successfully activated the software.

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