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Microsoft Office Home and Student (3 user license) £53.99 delivered from Novatech

Not everyone's cup of tea but I've been using it for a year now and wouldn't use anything else. I've bought a few things from Novatech over the years also and have had no problems. This is an excellent price and you don't need to buy anything else to qualify.

[ 3 user license means it can be installed on 3 devices and is licensed for non-commercial use by households and students ]

3% quidco makes it £52.37

Includes :
Word 2007
Excel 2007
PowerPoint 2007
OneNote 2007


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#1
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Free download for almost any machine



Far better price, at about six cheapo bottles of whisky less.
#2
ibiza
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Free download for almost any machine



Far better price, at about six cheapo bottles of whisky less.


I'm not gonnna defend against that except to say there's a lot of peeps who know and love Office and here it is at a hot price if you want it.

Or you can download the pikeyware and get some cheap scotch instead.......

PS You're gonna have one hell of a hangover Ibiza

:thumbsup:
#3
ibiza
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Free download for almost any machine



Far better price, at about six cheapo bottles of whisky less.


Some people want VBA? and might want to earn hundreds in industry for knowing VBA, rather than learning Open office basic which no industry uses?
#4
Very true but a tenner says thousands upon thousands more will be happy to pay a reasonable price to use the exact same software that they use at work, school or college.

Like I said, I'm not fussed either way. The (very good) price is up there for those who are interested . . .
#5
Very good price for 3-user license. An alternative (if you want Microsoft) for a single user license al long as you have a student in the house:

http://www.software4students.co.uk
#6
Its quite alarming that those works, schools, and colleges pay so much for an office package.

OK - here's a joke about software that most people pay for....

Vista!!!!!
#7
great deal ,heat added.
#8
Check out [url]www.software4students.co.uk[/url] instead.
Genuine Microsoft products at hugely reduced prices if you have someone in education.
You can get Office Pro for less money than this Student edition and there's more software on it.
I got Office Enterprise for £58 a few weeks ago. That is the top package including delivery for less than the high street price for Student editions.
They do various other pieces of Microsoft softwre.
#9
You can install it onto 2 computers too.
#10
I will say one thing in favour of Microsoft - you could never claim they use sex to sell their products.

For the hard of thinking - look at their name!
#11
Hot for what it is. Comparing it to a piece of freeware that a very small percentage of people use or want is not relevant. Despite ibiza's minority view predudice this is a good deal.
#12
Hum... I wonder if Ibiza has actually used Vista for any length of time or just thinks he is clever repeating what he has read from a bunch of penguin fan boyz :-)
#13
ngard81;3705785
Hum... I wonder if Ibiza has actually used Vista for any length of time or just thinks he is clever repeating what he has read from a bunch of penguin fan boyz :-)

He thinks he's clever.
#14
I just feel way too many people jump on Vista slagging it off... like its clever to. I have been using it for some time now at home and XP at work now iritates me! .... lets not bring OS X into this though.
#15
If the poster thinks that poor freebie software is so good he should start a discussion or post it as a deal but not try and ruin the OPs deal...

Voted hot on the Microsoft Office Home and Student 2007
#16
Regardless of one's opinion on Microsoft products, this deal cannot be had for less money elsewhere, which makes it, by definition, a hot deal.

Veteran posters should be mature enough to realise this before venting their prejudice on others.

Rightly voted hot, and +1 to OP for his good efforts in posting this.
#17
Great price. Hot deal. If you have 3 PCs in the house that works out at £18 each (you can use this software on up to 3 PCs in the same household). Yes, OpenOffice is cheaper but as others have pointed out, OpenOffice experience isn't going to do your CV any favours.

As for Vista I find it fine for in home environment, especially when run on recent hardware which it is designed for, but head to head against XP on a dual-boot Dell T7400 at work it definitely takes more memory resources and runs more slowly on our in-house simulation programs (compiled with Microsoft Visual Studio 2008).

A lot of our customers are refusing to upgrade to Vista because they don't want to upgrade their desktop hardware this year. Many big companies in my industry have 3-4 year hardware cycles and they will skip a new opsys if it isn't convenient. I suspect that many more will go for Windows 7 when it is released and skip Vista altogether.

There are a few specific Vista annoyances. Worst of all is UAC which sucks! (Most large corporations won't let you switch it off either so I have to test our software with it switched on)! Unfortunately Windows Server 2008 has taken on board the worst of UAC so it looks like that is the way of the future.

Another annoying thing with Vista is the C:\windows\winsxs folder which can grow to be huge. Not good when running on a laptop with a small hard drive and you can't safely do much about it either.

On the positive side Vista does appear to be very good with recognising hardware and it effectively has the XP /3GB boot fudge built in, so you can use 3GB or RAM instead of 2GB on the 32bit version. It seems to be much easier to use with most SATA hardware (slipstreaming SATA drivers into XP can be a pain in the backside).

If you aren't a fan of Microsoft or Vista then this might amuse:
http://www.flixxy.com/vista-operating-system-humour.htm
#18
Cheers all for your comments

I've been using Office 2007 and Vista (Premium) for well over a year now on a late model Dell. It never crashes, looks fantastic and is a dream to use. However, I agree with Spod that not a lot of companies may not take it up for many reasons, and could skip an OS as happened a lot with NT4 to Win XP (bypassing Win2000).

Not so long ago we were paying £200+ for a single copy of Office so this is an amazing price. No doubt the competition from free Office suites (and mass piracy in Asia of course) has helped to reduce the price. The irony is not lost.....

The crux of this matter is that this software cannot be had cheaper elsewhere so it's a hot deal as thekanester rightly says. If you have a problem with Microsoft, write to Mr Gates. He's not doing too much these days.
#19
Price now says £63.99.

eBuyer have it for £55.99 here

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