Microsoft Office home and student 2007 + Norton 360 v2.0 RETAIL £80.99 inc del - HotUKDeals
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Dixons have Microsoft office home and student 2007 + Norton 360 v2.0 both RETAIL (not OEM or dodgy student versions) for £80.99 including free delivery. Not the best Anti virus in the world but Considering Symantec want to charge £59.99 for a download just for Norton 360 without Office 07 Dixons have them beat.

It's usually £89.99 but will apply 10% discount at basket until Monday 21st. Also remember Quidco and (maybe) Egg!
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#1
it is a good deal if you were going to buy them both at retail. but the norton haters will be in soon to tell you that you can get free anti virus that is better than norton and also as a studernt you can get office for 35 pound. from some obscure site lol.
#2
Ebuyer have this version of office for £68.38: http://www.ebuyer.com/product/124778
£12 more for Norton's not a bad price if you must have it.
#3
Don't know why anyone would even bother with Norton.
My brother-in-law bought it a couple of months ago, kept it updated, and when I gave his PC a going over last week it turned out to be one of the worst virus infected PC's I've seen for years (and the virii weren't even recent, a couple of them have been around since 2006, so it's not as if they were new and weren't included in his virus definitions file).

I then installed Avira AntiVir (free), and it immediately picked up and removed (in safe mode) every virus on the machine.

So, as well as being a bloated resource hog, Norton doesn't offer the protection that you'd think (I gave up on Norton myself many years ago when the same thing happened on my own PC).
#4
You can get office free if you know where to look ;)

Any site selling it for £35 is no doubt selling a pirate version, you mayaswell get it free rather than spend £35. Or if you have morals Ebuyer seems the best deal.

and oh yes, Norton products don't meet my approval, gave up on norton when I ended up having to re-install windows a few years back (for some reason, can't remember what but couldn't get into safe mode or sort it in safe mode etc, or at command prompt or using a PC with a working install etc.)
#5
Seize the deal! Get Microsoft® Office Ultimate 2007 for just £38.95..check the website [url]www.ultimatesteal.co.uk[url]
#6
anewman
You can get office free if you know where to look ;)

Any site selling it for £35 is no doubt selling a pirate version, you mayaswell get it free rather than spend £35. Or if you have morals Ebuyer seems the best deal.

and oh yes, Norton products don't meet my approval, gave up on norton when I ended up having to re-install windows a few years back (for some reason, can't remember what but couldn't get into safe mode or sort it in safe mode etc, or at command prompt or using a PC with a working install etc.)


Can you tell me where to to Look Please.. I have office 2007 installed on our new HP that was posted on here. It was a trial version now it wants a Product Key Has anyone got a Product Key?;-)
#7
There's nothing 'dodgy' about the Student Version found here at £45.99 - it's supplied by RM (formerly Research Machines, a well respected company) and is the full Professional package as opposed to the much cut down Student Version (no Outlook, Access or Publisher!). You just have to have a child in education:

http://www.rm.com/thebasement/?srcurl=/rmcomhome.asp
#8
[url]www.theultimatesteal.com[/url]
#9
Try these too: www.eggsoftware.co.uk for office 2007 pro fof £39.99 (download), or http://www.software4students.co.uk/ where Office 2007 standard is £35.94
#10
oh, and for the sceptics above, check this for verification from Microsoft: http://www.microsoft.com/uk/education/buy/pro-default.mspx

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