Microsoft Office 2007 Home and Student Edition (3 User Licence) (PC) £75.99 @ Play - HotUKDeals
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Microsoft Office 2007 Home and Student Edition (3 User Licence) (PC) £75.99 @ Play

£75.99 @ Play.Com
Product Features This product can be installed on three computers Contains: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote Create great-looking documents faster and easier using improved picture, charting and gr…
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Product Features
This product can be installed on three computers
Contains: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote
Create great-looking documents faster and easier using improved picture, charting and graphics tools with Smart Graphics.
Create eye-catching spreadsheets and charts with shading and colour in Excel 2007
Give documents, spreadsheets and presentations a consistent look automatically with Themes
See formatting changes in one click using Live Preview.
Get better results fast, with improved user interface, menus and toolbars.
Gather, organize and search your notes and information in one place with Office OneNote 2007
Remove comments, hidden text and personal information from documents with Document Inspector
Recover documents lost while working during inopportune system problems through the Document Recovery Tool

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#1
More of a heads up than anthing, didn't realise you could get the 'essential' Office apps for your computer (and 2 others) so cheap.
See http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B000HCZ8EO or http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Office_2007#Editions for more details.
#2
If you work for a big company with a volume licence you may be able to get a similar package for about £15.
I don't remember all the details but I got office enterprise 2007.http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/suites/FX101635841033.aspx

If you have an NHS email address you can apply here http://www.microsoft.com/uk/nhs/pages/nhs_licensing_home_user_programme.aspx

Other companys may be able to get it herehttps://hup.microsoft.com/

More details Here http://www.microsoft.com/licensing/sa/benefits/home_use_rights.mspx

Your personell dept, shoul be able to tell you if your company is involved. Otherwise just find a friend at the NHS.
#3
If you are a student (or have a child at a school), you can get Office standard for £36 from here.
http://www.software4students.co.uk/
Says no ID is required.
#4
Save yourself some money and use [url]www.openoffice.org[/url] instead.
#5
sotomonkey
Save yourself some money and use [url]www.openoffice.org[/url] instead.


Does openoffice work on Macs?

I did buy office 2008 for Mac as part of the NHS deal for £18, but openoffice looks good for free.
#6
releaseyourself
Does openoffice work on Macs?

I did buy office 2008 for Mac as part of the NHS deal for £18, but openoffice looks good for free.


YES
suspended#7
thanks op .... will look into this
#8
Voted hot, and very tempted to buy. If, like us, you have 3 pc's that you want to install it on, then this is a really good price. I know that OpenOffice is a very good and free alternative, but it's a lot more convenient and easy for the kids to use the same software that they'll be using at school.

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