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Cheapest place to buy MS Office 2010 Business?

frogman Avatar
5y, 6m agoPosted 5 years, 6 months ago
Need to buy a copy of MS Office 2010 Home & Business (DVD) for a friend and all I can find is Amazon (£178.46) or Dixons (£180.53 - 3% Quidco).

He needs the DVD version so that he can use it on both his desktop & laptop but I cannot find a cheaper deal; any deals/pointers?

TIA!
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5y, 6m agoPosted 5 years, 6 months ago
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#1
Not an answer to your question but I am staggered by Microsoft's pricing policy.

MS Office Home and Student contains Word, Excel, Powerpoint and OneNote and can be installed on 3 PCs and can be bought for £70 to £80.

MS Office Home and Business also contains Word, Excel, Powerpoint and OneNote and as an extra Outlook.

This can only be installed on 2 PCs (main and laptop) and costs £180.

So you are basically paying £100 for Outlook (and a reduction from 3 PCs to 2 PCs)


Edited By: guilbert53 on May 17, 2011 19:53
#2
So you are basically paying £100 for Outlook (and a reduction from 3 PCs to 2 PCs)


Correct! Obviously, they value the custom of Students...

And please let's not start the Open Office/Libre Office debate...(_;)
#3
Oh and don't even mention the single-shot PKC...
banned#4
torrent
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#5
PETER92
torrent
FREE


Thanks for that...
#7
No student around...
banned#8
frogman
No student around...
just say you are a student
#9
PETER92
frogman
No student around...

just say you are a student

Kinda complicated on this one...just to say my friend prefers not to do that.
#10
...and that 'student' license would be about as valid as a torrented one if you're not a student.
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macleodmac
...and that 'student' license would be about as valid as a torrented one if you're not a student.

True...and my friend may need support in the future.

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