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MS office for £50 is the cheapest i've seen (apart from student and employee only deals)

Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote

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#1
Good price tho expect lots of comments about free xxxxxxxxxxxxx office and penguin stuff anytime soon !
#2
tallpete33
Good price tho expect lots of comments about free pikeyware office and penguin stuff anytime soon !


It is a good price but you're right, I would use OO ver 3. I would never pay for this, more so with the recent security exploits announced regarding Microsoft products including this.

renagade27
#3
Handy if you've been fortunate enough to get one of the Viking Direct Medion Laptops and want to activate the pre-installed Office 2007 Home Student Trial Version - buy this and use the Key and you can also install on 2 other PCs.

Voted HOT!

[COLOR="Red"]Bubba[/COLOR]
banned#4
Same price in Tesco today, I was a bit shocked to see in Tesco's but sure enough it's under £50
#5
Good find for the package, can't stand using it these days but gotta vote hot for the deal.
#6
Zootaga
Same price in Tesco today, I was a bit shocked to see in Tesco's but sure enough it's under £50


I can only find it for £100.....
#7
this will no doubt spark another pointless string of comments about how Open Office is free and just as good, etc...
For those of us who just prefer using Microsoft Office, this is a great deal
#8
Just noticed it doesn't come with outlook. Damn!
#9
Am gonna ask a blonde question will this work on my laptop which has vista installed?? thanks
#10
This is only good for non-stuents, or peple that don't know students.
Veside that I guess its quite a good deal
#11
acs273;3913612
This is only good for non-stuents, or peple that don't know students.
Veside that I guess its quite a good deal

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1 Like #12
snowbrow;3913576
Am gonna ask a blonde question will this work on my laptop which has vista installed?? thanks

Yes.
#13
Jefft
Yes.


thanks
#14
A bout 4 weeks ago it was this price AND you got a free £10 amazon gift voucher. Cheapskates! lol.
#15
Bubba Shaboo
...you can also install on 2 other PCs.


Is that what 3 user licenses means, or does it just mean 3 different people can use the same install?
#16
To people who say OO is just as good, you really have no clue.
#17
Does anybody know the cheapest way to get Outlook 2007 only? I'm not a student.
#18
renagade27;3911711
It is a good price but you're right, I would use OO ver 3. I would never pay for this, more so with the recent security exploits announced regarding Microsoft products including this.

renagade27


i use OO at home as its more like office 2003 despite its minor but very annoying differences....office 2007 is the worst app ms have ever released....its an office app for morons/dummies and stuff anyone who has used ms apps for years, im all for change but this was not a positive change
#19
This is quite a good deal (for a rather bad version of Office... I still prefer - and use - Office 2003 out of choice) but amazon has some other good combo deals on this product.

If you buy anything else from Amazon totaling £39.99 in the categories:
- software
- desktop and laptop PCs
- printers
- networking hardware
- hard drives
... then you can add-on this 3-user copy of Office 2007 for £39.99 instead.

More on this deal here:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/feature.html/?docId=1000167303
#20
Don't you have 2 b a student?
#21
Thanks

Yeah, you should be a student. If not, the license isn't valid and you may as well have pirated it.
#22
No, not for this version, it's licensed for home use as well
#23
Has been around this price for as long as I can remember, here. It's hard to imagine anyone paying £200+ for MS Office anymore.
I agree with comments about the 'ribbon bar'. Great for newbies but anyone who has has been familiar with Office for a number of years hates it.
#24
KingOfMyCastle
Does anybody know the cheapest way to get Outlook 2007 only? I'm not a student.


I know there will be an outcry from the anti-opensource croud, but have you tried Mozilla Thunderbird? I downloaded it after a security scare put me off Outlook and would never change it now. Terrific anti-spam features too. :thumbsup:
#25
This may sound as a stupid question, but as i am in my final year of my course, would i still be able to use it when my course ends; or would i be made to upgrade it. I have just had a new laptop for my 21st and though that all the programmes such as word and powerpoint came pre-installed. So i am quite amazed at the prices.

Although this looks like a good deal, it not suitable for me as i only have one laptop to use it on (so wouldnt need the 3 user licence) and i am also looking for something slightly cheaper if possible.


Babbler
A bout 4 weeks ago it was this price AND you got a free £10 amazon gift voucher. Cheapskates! lol.


Are there any more deals like this around?
#26
I would prefer to use MS Office as open office is only available in foreign languages.
#27
This is cheaper in pcworld
#28
phproxy
To people who say OO is just as good, you really have no clue.


I'm sorry........No Clue about what?? :thinking:

renagade27
#29
renagade27;3911711
It is a good price but you're right, I would use OO ver 3. I would never pay for this, more so with the recent security exploits announced regarding Microsoft products including this.

renagade27


I said the same thing before I actually sat down and used Office 2007. It's excellent.

The Ribbon menu system is an fantastic idea, it makes common tasks so much easier. Especially when it comes to formatting stuff.

Sure, it can be improved (i.e. by being fully and easily user upgradable), but it's miles ahead of Open Office for me.

New fonts are pretty too.

Same that they seem to be intent on killing Access, that's one app which doesn't benefit from being ribboned and also isn't included in the normal versions of Office.
#30
hot ! but the price of 2007 will go down more eventually as microsoft office 2009 replaces it
banned#31
renagade27
I'm sorry........No Clue about what?? :thinking:

renagade27


OO may be free but IMHO it is not to MS Office what Thunderbird is to Outlook or Firefox is to IE. I use MS Acess and the DB in OO is appalling by comparison. However much I wanted to use OO, MS Office is the only way to go for me.
#32
I use a laptop and for security reasons all document data is stored on a network drive, that remains in the office. Having used OO for over 6 months for all applications my data has been corrupted both for my company and personal accounts over 5 times in the last 6 months, I have gone back to MSoffice and it has not failed so far. I may have to consider treating myself.....
#33
Is there anyway you can get office07 at student prices in store somewhere? I am a student btw.
#34
Good bit of software. OneNote is fantastic. If you save as the new DocX for word people without Word 2007 will not be able to read the document or make changes, so back save as a 97 - 2003 .doc file. Some for the rest of the office suite.
I'd advise going through all the training you can as Office 2007 is a very steep learning curve, with those wretched ribbons. There is a lot of training videos here: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/training/default.aspx
#35
dink
I know there will be an outcry from the anti-opensource croud, but have you tried Mozilla Thunderbird? I downloaded it after a security scare put me off Outlook and would never change it now. Terrific anti-spam features too. :thumbsup:


I do use Thunderbird but sometimes have to test HTML emails and it's so hard to get them looking good in Outlook 2007. I was using the trial version but I really do need the real thing. But as somebody else suggested PC World is doing it cheap at the moment.

Thanks.
#36
Lyrrad;3919023
OO may be free but IMHO it is not to MS Office what Thunderbird is to Outlook or Firefox is to IE. I use MS Acess and the DB in OO is appalling by comparison. However much I wanted to use OO, MS Office is the only way to go for me.
I agree that Base is clunky (at least in 2.x versions - not tried it in 3.0) but that is of course only one component, and a component that many people don't use anyway.
#37
KingsCross
Is there anyway you can get office07 at student prices in store somewhere? I am a student btw.


If you are a university student
[url]www.theultimatesteal.co.uk[/url]

SINGLE USER licence of the best one for £39
(download or an extra £8 or so for the backup media.....do the download in uni ;))
#38
Onenote is amazing!

Also, as a student you can probably get this for £35ish.

Well I can, I go to Wolverhampton University.
#39
finlay666
If you are a university student
[url]www.theultimatesteal.co.uk[/url]

SINGLE USER licence of the best one for £39
(download or an extra £8 or so for the backup media.....do the download in uni ;))


Thing is I've already got office07 as one of those trial offers that expires so I'm trying to work out whether I can purchase the software at student prices if I register the trial version or whether I'll have to buy it outright and uninstall and then do a clean install.
#40
Just bought from Tesco for £48.50
the kids r happy :)

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