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Microsoft Office Enterprise 2007 NHS STAFF - £8.95

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Office Enterprise 2007 * Word iconWord 2007 * Excel iconExcel 2007 * PowerPoint iconPowerPoint 2007 * Outlook iconOutlook 2007 * OneNote iconOneNote 2007 * Groove iconG… Read More
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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
Office Enterprise 2007

* Word iconWord 2007
* Excel iconExcel 2007
* PowerPoint iconPowerPoint 2007
* Outlook iconOutlook 2007
* OneNote iconOneNote 2007
* Groove iconGroove 2007
* Publisher iconPublisher 2007
* Access iconAccess 2007
* InfoPath iconInfoPath 2007

All this if you work for the NHS. All you need is an NHS email account and there you have it...You can download it or they send you the CD for a bit more ££.

Either way Not a bad price
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#1
this is a standard option for large enterprises. the intent of this licence is to allow people to work at home

hope you aren't trying to promote piracy by suggesting they buy it on a non nhs workers behalf

most large organisations do this, so it would be more appropriate to suggest that people contact their it department and see if they are covered - which is often free
banned#2
Can you not type or have you got a faulty KEyboard? you might be better off buying a keyboard rather than suggesting HUKDers commit a bit of fraUD
#3
I'm torn now between being grateful this has been posted so I can get it as an NHS employee and being concerned you're trying to rip microsoft/the NHS off...
#4
Office Enterprise 2007

* Word iconWord 2007
* Excel iconExcel 2007
* PowerPoint iconPowerPoint 2007
* Outlook iconOutlook 2007
* OneNote iconOneNote 2007
* Groove iconGroove 2007
* Publisher iconPublisher 2007
* Access iconAccess 2007
* InfoPath iconInfoPath 2007

I must be living a sheltered life,what does someone do with all this stuff?

I sometimes visit places like cnet.com and download free,legal programs,as and when the need arises,I mostly muddle through this way.

Am I missing something here?

Life is so short and there is only so much time I wish to spend at a keyboard.

OK. I'm back off outside now to watch a few more meteorites zap the night sky.
#5
ascen;6004883
this is a standard option for large enterprises. the intent of this licence is to allow people to work at home

hope you aren't trying to promote piracy by suggesting they buy it on a non nhs workers behalf

most large organisations do this, so it would be more appropriate to suggest that people contact their it department and see if they are covered - which is often free


SHOWMAN36;6004980
Can you not type or have you got a faulty KEyboard? you might be better off buying a keyboard rather than suggesting HUKDers commit a bit of fraUD



Get off your high horses you lot, SHOWMAN in particular (was your caps key locked on when you typed that name or do you generally thrive of having the spot light on you? Get real!). I understand where nijjyp was coming from, and for that, good deal, heat added. Keep up the hunting and ignore silly comments like those above.
#6
how do you get it? the link doesn't go to anything that cheap!? I'm NHS, this would be perfect!
1 Like #7
mseren93
how do you get it? the link doesn't go to anything that cheap!? I'm NHS, this would be perfect!

Try here

http://www.microsoft.com/uk/nhs/pages/nhs_licensing_home_user_programme.aspx
#8
Good deal for NHS staff. There are thousands of us.
#9
Thanks good deal for nhs staff.:thumbsup:
#10
This is a hot deal for NHS workers, and thanks goes for the post as I was not aware this was available. Both my wife and my son are employed by the NHS and I am sure thet will go for this.

Heat added. :thumbsup:
#11
this deal has just been made available to all O2 staff too! :thumbsup:

Great offer!
#12
Thanks my friend works for the nhs.
#13
I'm not an NHS worker myself, but my Partners Mother is. She is after a copy, but would want it on DVD. It says it is available, but without her email address I cannot find this information out.

Basically ... does anyone know how much it costs for a DVD in the post?
#14
Why pay even £8-£9 when you can get the same stuff for free? I use Open Office and it's great. Better than Microsoft any day.

http://www.openoffice.org/
#15
good deal for nhs staff on the mainland, yet again Northern Ireland gets screwed
#16
highguyuk
I'm not an NHS worker myself, but my Partners Mother is. She is after a copy, but would want it on DVD. It says it is available, but without her email address I cannot find this information out.

Basically ... does anyone know how much it costs for a DVD in the post?


I got this a few months ago through my company, I paid about £12 for the DVD delivered.
#17
great i know someone who works for nhs ty!
#18
hypnoticstate
Why pay even £8-£9 when you can get the same stuff for free? I use Open Office and it's great. Better than Microsoft any day.

http://www.openoffice.org/


no it is not
#19
openoffice... used it before and didn't like it. having said that it was good 2 years ago when i tried it. is it better much now?
#20
Having bought this for about 12 quid a year or so ago I would say to anyone who wants this dont bother. Office 2007 is without a a doubt the single crappiest Office suite ever created. The ribbon interface is the worst interface in history, it makes finding even basic things like 'save as' a chore and I ended up going back to Office 2003.
#21
NHS staff !! what's next, left-handed Dutch trombone players ?
the world's gone mad
#22
diosamente
I'm torn now between being grateful this has been posted so I can get it as an NHS employee and being concerned you're trying to rip microsoft/the NHS off...


Oh yeah. Poor heartrendingly poor Microsoft who don't buy up threats to close them down, who don't overcharge their product etc etc etc
JEEEEEEEZZUS.:x

(By the way - theres no mention of this deal whatsoever on your link - my daughters a nurse, this would be handy for her)
hypnoticstate
Why pay even £8-£9 when you can get the same stuff for free? I use Open Office and it's great. Better than Microsoft any day.

http://www.openoffice.org/


OpenOffice DOESN'T do a Publisher or an Outlook.
#23
highguyuk
I'm not an NHS worker myself, but my Partners Mother is. She is after a copy, but would want it on DVD. It says it is available, but without her email address I cannot find this information out.

Basically ... does anyone know how much it costs for a DVD in the post?


Can't you just download it and burn it to a disc from the MS website?
#24
I can't see this offer for NHS staff on the link.
#25
Yes pity that they don't offer Office 2003 for the same price! 2007 is a major pile of poo.

Everyone one I know dumped the trial versions they received
#26
airportloungelizard
NHS staff !! what's next, left-handed Dutch trombone players ?
the world's gone mad

They get it for £3.95.
2 Likes #27
Ev0lution
Having bought this for about 12 quid a year or so ago I would say to anyone who wants this dont bother. Office 2007 is without a a doubt the single crappiest Office suite ever created. The ribbon interface is the worst interface in history, it makes finding even basic things like 'save as' a chore and I ended up going back to Office 2003.


It is quite a jump, learning to use the ribbon interface and I am still getting used to it. I have found both advantages and disadvantages. But I can see what they're trying to do, and it's only our own pre-conceptions from years of using menus that make the interface hard to grasp. Conceptually I think it will help to make software easier to use for the masses. I think it's here to stay, and more and more applications will adopt it. In Windows 7, Microsoft have effectively annointed it as the standard UI device.

You might find the following flash-app useful, should you decide to try it again.

Interactive: Excel 2003 to Excel 2007 command reference guide
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel/HA101491511033.aspx
#28
surely if you know someone who works for the NHS and they don't want the software but they are willing to let you use their email address, that's not fraud.
I only see a problem if you use an address more than once.
#29
Excellent deal for NHS employees, but I think the mods are doing a very poor job in blocking posts on here that are encouraging misuse. Get your act together mods, this is encouraging breach of contract!
#30
1 in 5 of the working population "works" for the NHS , so it's a good deal . My Partner being a Nursing Sister makes it even better!
#31
hypnoticstate
Why pay even £8-£9 when you can get the same stuff for free? I use Open Office and it's great. Better than Microsoft any day.

http://www.openoffice.org/


Haha, right, maybe if all you do is write simple letters or what not.

If you actually use the power of Office as most organisations tend to do (i.e. VBA, Excel, Access etc) then Office & OpenOffice is the equivalent of comparing a fat obese bloke trying to outrun Chris Hoy.

I hate when people post such crap...around me everyone uses Excel VBA and would choke if they had to use Openoffice.

Office 2007 is a great suite, Outlook alone is amazing. Don't even get me started on Excel, Access & Powerpoint...
#32
this has been posted quite some time ago

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/345999/microsoft-office-2007-download-for-/

HOT though!
#33
argh finally found it and then it won't let me because t doesn't apply to NHS wales staff!!!!!!!!
#34
Good deal. Heat from me.

QUESTION - Which option is 'ripping off'

A) Take advantage of this deal by getting someone who works for the NHS to get it for you?
B) Paying £150 each month in National Insurance Contributions and waiting 6 months for a minor Operation which gets cancelled 2 times and is seen as a lower priority, due to the fact that the person paying £150 a month was born in and is living in the UK?....
#35
jakenjo
great i know someone who works for nhs ty!


MartinHutton
surely if you know someone who works for the NHS and they don't want the software but they are willing to let you use their email address, that's not fraud.
I only see a problem if you use an address more than once.



This deal (as stated) is for NHS staff, if you get someone who works for the NHS to purchase it for you and you install it on your PC you will be breaching the licensing terms, basically making it an illegally installed copy.
#36
MartinHutton
surely if you know someone who works for the NHS and they don't want the software but they are willing to let you use their email address, that's not fraud.
I only see a problem if you use an address more than once.


It is fraud. The licence is only to support nhs staff working at home and is only valid whilst employed by the nhs. At some places when you leave a firm they have to take reasonable efforts to ensure you have deleted the software and return the media. Some places are strict on this.... but see the last sentance of the summary of terms and conditions for this nhs work at home scheme below and the onus is on the user to be honest

A licence only grants to the right to use the software, nothing more. With software licensing even if you have the original cd, you might not be entitled to use it.

My work on the other hand offers this same scheme (and more) for free, I wonder if I should post this as a deal!

Below is a cut and paste from the work at home website of the licence:
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I have heard that I can get Office for my own use at home. How do I do this?

Simply go to the NHS Resource Centre at http://www.microsoft.com/uk/nhs, follow the link to the Home User Programme and follow the instructions there to order your own copy of Office for use at home.

This Software is *****free of charge whilst you are employed by the NHS******, but please note that a small charge is levied to cover shipping and handling. To obtain Office for use in your organisation, please contact your Reseller.

The Home User Programme helps to increase employee productivity and maximise the value of your Microsoft Office System investment by enabling your colleagues to work at home. The Home User Programme enables eligible employees to get a licensed copy of most Microsoft Office desktop applications to install and use on a home computer. Eligible employees can order online via the Microsoft NHS Resource Centre. In order to access this web site, your employees must use the unique program code provided for your organisation.

In relation to employee liability for the software - it rests entirely with the user - so should they leave the NHS then they are required as per the terms and conditions on the web site to uninstall and return it to their Trust.
#37
well...post editted. Just trying to help out my fellow man!! After all, that's what doctors do!!
#38
well I did not claim you should download it and then install it on someone else's computer. I'm sure you know someone working for the NHS was meant to mean - tell them about the deal..NOT get it for you..a non-NHS worker. I agree...it would be illegal and a serious breech!
#39
This offer also applies to BT staff, its on BT today website 'BP' section i think. i got it and worked brilliantly, no hassle:)
#40
England or Wales :(:(:( Rubbish

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