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I have used this site a few times before, if you're a student or Parent or Gaurdian of a student it's simple and easy, give the childs name and school (any age student, primary, secondary or further education)... that's it!! No proof requested!

Microsoft Office 2007 Enterprise includes:

- Microsoft Office Excel 2007
- Microsoft Office Word 2007
- Microsoft Office Outlook 2007
- Microsoft Office Groove 2007
- Microsoft Office Access 2007
- Microsoft Office Communicator 2007
- Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007
- Microsoft Office InfoPath 2007
- Microsoft Office OneNote 2007
- Microsoft Office Publisher 2007

Looking for Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint?
That'll be Office.


Having previously highlighted our commitment to consumer choice when it comes to comparing discount software, we would now like to present the best value for money Microsoft Office offer that you are likely to find anywhere in the UK.

If you are a student or family member looking to buy Microsoft Office, now is the time to invest in software that will save you time and effort in the long run without cutting any corners. Can you afford to pass this up?


New Office Features - Why Not Give Them A Try?

The most cost-effective version of Microsoft Office software, Enterprise Edition 2007, features the following key benefits:

10 office software programs in total
includes the 4 core standard programs (Word 2007, Excel 2007, Outlook 2007, PowerPoint 2007)
includes pro plus' additional programs that enable dynamic digital content creation from database management to publishing & more!
includes two further Office software programs EXCLUSIVE to Office Enterprise 2007 which are;
- OneNote 2007: will help organise student life no matter what digital format your notes are in.
- Groove 2007: makes school, college or university project work and networking much easier and fun.
cheaper than Amazon's 'Student & Home' version which doesn't even give you Outlook for all your email accounts - let alone 10 amazing value programs!
every purchase from us earns a rebate for your school or college
support when buying from Software4Students is only an email away


School, college or university work will all benefit from Office Enterprise's unique study-friendly features.


MS Office 2007 Enterprise will also benefit those who:

Have laptops (especially in minimising battery use)
Have to manage and organize lots of unstructured notes (OneNote is brilliant for this)
Work with information outside of their main educational learning center
Work from home or remote locations some of the time or all of the time
Attend frequent lectures, seminars, or meetings and have to capture and manage notes
Work on team projects
Frequently share and revise documents with others

Microsoft Office 2007 Enterprise is the most complete Microsoft toolset provided for students who want 100% functionality from the Office range.

Office Enterprise 2007 builds on the strengths of Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2007 with the addition of Microsoft Office Groove 2007 and Microsoft Office OneNote 2007, enabling students and their families (home use only) to collaborate and create, manage, and use information more efficiently, so they can enjoy better results.


New Office Ribbon Interface

You may have heard about Microsoft Office 2007's new ribbon interface. We've written an article explaining how to use the ribbon in Word 2007. It's a bit like buying a new car - not everything on the dashboard will be in the same place because the manufacturer has figured out how to makes things easier for daily use.

Old habits can be hard to break initially so be prepared to forget your Office 2003 habits and get ready for a whole new experience!

So whether you are using CV templates in Microsoft Office 2007, editing handwritten notes digitally in OneNote, or refining your database information in Access, this is truly the all-in-one Office solution which leaves freeware alternatives shivering in their boots.

There really is no substitute.


Top 10 Office Benefits

1. Students can work dynamically with others and share information from any location.

2. Share information with team members in real time.

3. Maximize value and accessibility of all information.

4. Work together to share and store information easily.

5. Automatically synchronize with team members.

6. Keep up-to-date with notification of project changes.

7. Improve efficiency of e-mail storage and bandwidth.

8. Increase security of shared information.

9. Work with other Microsoft Office system software.

10. Reduce reliance on student IT with self-service capabilities.




Office 2007 System Requirements Details:

500 megahertz (MHz) processor or higher
256 megabyte (MB) RAM or higher
2 gigabyte (GB) disk space; a portion of this disk space will be freed after installation
DVD-ROM drive
1024x768 or higher resolution monitor
Microsoft Windows XP with Service Pack (SP) 2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, or later operating system
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#1
If you don't actually fullfill the terms of the license tho, then aren't you basically paying £35 for a pirate copy?
#2
Could someone please tell me why this is suddenly being voted cold, I am interested but Would like to know if someone knows something I don't?

I have just spoken to them directly on the dog n bone and you need to register your sons school and then order away?

Has anyone ordered from them and had problems, or is this to good to be true?

Thanks

Gun
#3
My son is 7, apparently he does fulfill the crieria, do you get a proper license key?

gun
#4
bruffterman
If you don't actually fullfill the terms of the license tho, then aren't you basically paying £35 for a pirate copy?


I have children in primary school, and that qualifies perfectly.

I'm sure you know somebody who does have a child, they buy it and you use one of the licenses for if the child comes to vist and needs to use the computer. Certainly not a pirate copy in the terms of downloading off piratebay or something!! :-D
#5
*XxGunnerxX*;5798476
My son is 7, apparently he does fulfill the crieria, do you get a proper license key?

gun


Yes, you get everything you need for a legal and legitimate copy. :thumbsup:
[mod]#6
I've used this company before (children in full time education). With my copy I got the proper discs & a licence that allows you to install it on the family PC's (So main PC connected to printer hardware &/or childrens laptops etc). That was with the MS Office Profession Plus Edition, but I was very pleased & it's all legitimate software & the same MS Office software package that the children are using at school.
#7
I believe that teachers may also qualify for this offer, possibly worth checking if anyone fits the bill?
#8
cb-uk
I believe that teachers may also qualify for this offer, possibly worth checking if anyone fits the bill?


they are a known company and are hot linked from the main Microsoft site:

http://www.microsoft.com/uk/education/buy/pro-default.mspx

Gun
#9
I used this to site to buy software (as I have a son at school). It's perfectly legit (Microsoft link to it from their website - or at least used to) and you get full working copy and license key.

However, if you don't have a child at school or if you aren't a student then it is illegal to purchase this software and would be considered pirate software.
#10
Ordered. This seems like a nice deal to me.
worth noting that there was a 1.95 transaction charge ><, still 37quid is good..
Thanks OP
#11
Please, we should not encourage cheating. You need to be a student, a parent or a guardian, just knowing one is not good enough.

Deal is hot though.
#12
So to order you just enter the name of the student and the school - there`s no messing about confirming it with the school, or having to send the student an email?
#13
SimonFin
So to order you just enter the name of the student and the school - there`s no messing about confirming it with the school, or having to send the student an email?


That's right, however I don't condone cheating the system.
#14
I have changed the title as I don't want people to think I condone cheating the system. I only wanted to show that it's fairly unrestricted for students, teachers and parent/guardians.
#15
I ordered a copy of this over the weekend. Great price and yes I do have a child in school. Voted Hot.
#16
Looks like a good deal. However, are there plans for an office 2010 or anything? This could well be launched this Autumn when the kids go back. I remember Currys doing this last year for 2007 during Sept
#17
ourdevonfamily
I have changed the title as I don't want people to think I condone cheating the system. I only wanted to show that it's fairly unrestricted for students, teachers and parent/guardians.

Good idea as the original title seemed inappropriate. :thumbsup:
#18
Brad
Looks like a good deal. However, are there plans for an office 2010 or anything? This could well be launched this Autumn when the kids go back. I remember Currys doing this last year for 2007 during Sept

New version due in 2010 seemingly so quite a way off. It'll have a 64 bit version as well.
#19
Agharta
New version due in 2010 seemingly so quite a way off. It'll have a 64 bit version as well.


Thanks, I'll order it. I deal for my kids when they go to secondary school in Sept
#20
Brad
Looks like a good deal. However, are there plans for an office 2010 or anything? This could well be launched this Autumn when the kids go back. I remember Currys doing this last year for 2007 during Sept


Even most businesses only scratch the surface of the functionality of MS Office. The same will apply to students, and possibly more so. My company still runs Office 2003. Even Office 97 will be more than a match for 99% of the home population. So I wouldn't worry about this version not being up to the job. To be honest, Open Office for free would suit most people in terms of functionality.
#21
I had to purchase microsoft office for students over a year ago because my kids started using 2007 at their school and our home version was older. I paid around £80 for it (from Amazon) and it didn't even have publisher!. At the time you could only get the cheaper copy if your kids were Uni students or they had some sort of student id to use.

Ordered copy thanks! H & R added :thumbsup:

Charlie Brown

Just checked with Software4 students. They said I'd have to completely uninstall my current version of MS Office Home & Student 2007 from my pc and install their version that includes publisher (otherwise their version won't work). If I then need to iinstall my original version on another PC I'd have to get it's license transferred to new pc via Microsoft.
#22
Great price but overkill for any kid. They won't use Communicator, Groove, Infopath, Access or Publisher. Worth it for OneNote alone though IMO.
#23
I've ordered off these before with no problems. I do qualify as I have a daughter in primary school however there are no checks at all. You get genuine Microsoft disks - only difference is that they are in a soft cover and not a big box! I've upgraded to Vista Premium and Enterprise - all for less than £100 quid!
Top banana!!
#24
*XxGunnerxX*;5798471
Could someone please tell me why this is suddenly being voted cold, I am interested but Would like to know if someone knows something I don't?

I have just spoken to them directly on the dog n bone and you need to register your sons school and then order away?

Has anyone ordered from them and had problems, or is this to good to be true?

Thanks

Gun


Its all easy. They dont check anything. Received within a week the disc with code on the sleeve. Works Perfectly. Obviously you can register for kids at school. so just enter a school in your area and order away. They dont want to catch you out, its just up to you to say you are eligable. Dont worry microsoft are not going to swoop on your house. Order away!!:thumbsup:
#25
No mention of compatibility with Windows 7 :(
#26
finster;5802933
No mention of compatibility with Windows 7 :(


I'm running Win.7. Works fine. :thumbsup:
#27
Save yourself the money and download Open Office for FREE......


http://www.openoffice.org/
#28
Chuck U
Even most businesses only scratch the surface of the functionality of MS Office. The same will apply to students, and possibly more so. My company still runs Office 2003. Even Office 97 will be more than a match for 99% of the home population. So I wouldn't worry about this version not being up to the job. To be honest, Open Office for free would suit most people in terms of functionality.


Agreed, OpenOffice is free and does far more than most people need; however the price here is very good for what you get so voted hot anyway. The only minor annoyance I have with MSOffice 97 is the lack of WYSIWYG font selection for that matter.
suspended#29
nice offer, i've seen the £37 for university students before but not for school children, very cool indeed:)

Lets hope they do this offer for Office 2010 as i'd love a 64bit copy of that.
#30
I hope they offer the Windows 7 Upgrade cheaply (even though im running it now)
#31
Salkeld
Save yourself the money and download Open Office for FREE......


http://www.openoffice.org/


You've just completely missed the reason and methods behind the Microsoft Enterprise scheme.
I guess someone had to though :whistling:
#32
Just an FYI they do verify orders are legitimate in some cases.

Nobody should be encouraged to make fraudulent declarations about their entitlement to the software. You are risking both trouble for the customer and the owner(s) of this website down the road if fraudulent activity gets traced back to here.
1 Like #33
ourdevonfamily
I have children in primary school, and that qualifies perfectly.

I'm sure you know somebody who does have a child, they buy it and you use one of the licenses for if the child comes to vist and needs to use the computer. Certainly not a pirate copy in the terms of downloading off piratebay or something!! :-D


Your original post: By lying you *are* breaking the license and are therefor pirating.

Your comment above, that again is pirating. As these licenses are generally non transferable and it will go against the license again.

The irony is whatever method of lie is used, the result is a pirate copy for £35. Why lie to yourself and just download it from piratebay?
#34
hajj_3
nice offer, i've seen the £37 for university students before but not for school children, very cool indeed:)

Lets hope they do this offer for Office 2010 as i'd love a 64bit copy of that.


Some universities, if they have the appropriate site license, offer ms office for £10...

And if a department has a msdnaa licence (from $299USD/year), most operating systems are free for students and staff. Just checked their website and they have restricted it a lot in these last couple years: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-gb/academic/bb676724.aspx
#35
JonT
However, if you don't have a child at school or if you aren't a student then it is illegal to purchase this software and would be considered pirate software.


Being that Mircrosoft aren't a govenment body they cannot decide what is law. If you purchase this software without a child, under the Mircrosoft EULA it may be againt their t&c's, I doubt the courts would be remotely bothered!
#36
"The irony is whatever method of lie is used, the result is a pirate copy for £35. Why lie to yourself and just download it from piratebay?"

Um, technical support, free upgrades / patches, no worries about embedded trojans in a torrent zip file - need I go on ?
#37
MrCynical
"The irony is whatever method of lie is used, the result is a pirate copy for £35. Why lie to yourself and just download it from piratebay?"

Um, technical support, free upgrades / patches, no worries about embedded trojans in a torrent zip file - need I go on ?


You wont get Microsoft tech support on an Enterprise scheme ... well, not for free :whistling:

As to how good the tech support is from Software4students is ... :w00t:
#38
Or if your at Uni it should be free type in "MSDNAA" followed by the name of your uni in google and go to the link. Simply log in and download the software and they will supply one licence!! good luck!!
#39
MrCynical
"The irony is whatever method of lie is used, the result is a pirate copy for £35. Why lie to yourself and just download it from piratebay?"

Um, technical support, free upgrades / patches, no worries about embedded trojans in a torrent zip file - need I go on ?


trojans are internet propaganda and mythology!
#40
Voted Hot!

Heat & Rep Added!

Make it so!

Soth 8-)

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