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MS Office 2007 - £59.98 delivered @ Amazon !

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7y, 2m agoFound 7 years, 2 months ago
50% off, and not limited to students, certain employees etc. Not an outstanding price but a good deal if you're looking for it.

Microsoft Office 2007 Home and Student Edition (3 User Licence) (PC)
by Microsoft

Platform: Windows Vista / XP

Product Features
This product can be installed on three computers
Contains: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote
Create great-looking documents faster and easier using improved picture, charting and graphics tools with Smart Graphics.
Create eye-catching spreadsheets and charts with shading and colour in Excel 2007
Give documents, spreadsheets and presentations a consistent look automatically with Themes
See formatting changes in one click using Live Preview.
Get better results fast, with improved user interface, menus and toolbars.
Gather, organize and search your notes and information in one place with Office OneNote 2007
Remove comments, hidden text and personal information from documents with Document Inspector
Recover documents lost while working during inopportune system problems through the Document Recovery Tool
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#1
Pls try to include price & retailers name in the title... now added for you http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/521199/ms-office-2007/../521175/images/smilies/icon_smile.gif
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I may have been tempted by this but recently downloaded openoffice for free (legitimate).

For most people I would think this is more than enough and looks enough like Word and Excel to make the transition relatively painless. I have to admit it taking a long time to open one of my Excel spreadsheets but I guess if I change it to OpenOffice org format it will be a lot quicker.

http://www.openoffice.org/

I am quite linking the move away from Microsoft products. I use Firefox now as my main browser instead of Internet Explorer as I was getting IE shutting down on me without explanation. With Firefox I have no issues.

Now am I brave enough to get rid of Windows? :)
#3
Don't forget if you have children, or are in education, this is the cheaper option:

http://www.software4students.co.uk/

EDIT - Sorry, my mistake. Should have read the first sentence...
#4
Searcher2
I may have been tempted by this but recently downloaded openoffice for free (legitimate).

For most people I would think this is more than enough and looks enough like Word and Excel to make the transition relatively painless. I have to admit it taking a long time to open one of my Excel spreadsheets but I guess if I change it to OpenOffice org format it will be a lot quicker.

http://www.openoffice.org/

I am quite linking the move away from Microsoft products. I use Firefox now as my main browser instead of Internet Explorer as I was getting IE shutting down on me without explanation. With Firefox I have no issues.

Now am I brave enough to get rid of Windows? :)
Wise words. :thumbsup: The advice I always give people when they ask is try OpenOffice and if you don't like it then buy Office ... it's a no lose situation. I swapped to Ubuntu a year and half ago and I'm happy I did. Playing games and BDs are the main area Linux isn't quite there. A lot of the big games are supported via Wine, but no easy support for BD. It was such a ball-ache to get them working in my old XP install that I've given up buying BD all together until it becomes easier.

On the deal though, 3 users for £60 seems good compared to the usual price.
#5
Link doesn't work?
#7
:oops:oops, link updated.:thumbsup:
#8
I agree with the two readers above. I have also tried Open Office recently and found it as fast as Microsoft office 2003. I personally don't like the "ribbon" of MS Office 2007, so I will stick with Open Office for a while.

One big advantage of the free Open Office is that you can easily create Adobe PDF documents. If you use Microsoft Office, you need to purchase Acrobat for an odd £300 to do the same.

If you must use MS Office, get the student Pro or Enterprise version. At least you have the complete suite for less than this offer. Everybody knows someone in school/college/uni, so there should be no problem getting a student copy.
#9
pet2000
One big advantage of the free Open Office is that you can easily create Adobe PDF documents. If you use Microsoft Office, you need to purchase Acrobat for an odd £300 to do the same.


Rubbish, there are plenty of free PDF creators available on the internet.

Here is one (but there are others)

http://www.pdf995.com/

There is also a free Microsoft download that says it will also do it but I have never used it

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=4d951911-3e7e-4ae6-b059-a2e79ed87041&displaylang=en
#10
£59.98 is not such a great price.

It has always been easy to buy Offoce 2007 Home and Student for around £60 if you look around.

It has been posted on HUKD loads of time at price around £50 or £60.

Here is one 2 months ago at £50.00

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/466536/microsoft-office-home-and-student-2
#11
GeoffAngela
Don't forget if you have children, or are in education, this is the cheaper option:

http://www.software4students.co.uk/

EDIT - Sorry, my mistake. Should have read the first sentence...


I bought it legit as I have kids but there is no check done, could be for your ganchildren, nephew etc!!:thumbsup:
#12
Price is up to £64 now.

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