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NHS Staff Only, Microsoft Office Enterprise 2007 £8.95

£8.95 @ Microsoft (Microsoft Store)
Available to download at this low price. You will need your NHS email address. MAC edition now available. * Word iconWord 2007 * Excel iconExcel 2007 * PowerPoint iconPowerPoint 2007 * Out…
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Available to download at this low price.

You will need your NHS email address.

MAC edition now available.

* Word iconWord 2007
* Excel iconExcel 2007
* PowerPoint iconPowerPoint 2007
* Outlook iconOutlook 2007
* OneNote iconOneNote 2007
* Groove iconGroove 2007
* Publisher iconPublisher 2007
* Access iconAccess 2007
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#1
Get it while you can. Microsoft wont be allowed to sell it from Jan 11th.
#2
deathtrap3000
Get it while you can. Microsoft wont be allowed to sell it from Jan 11th.


Why not? :?

On a brighter note, my mate managed to get the engineers install disc that doesnt require a serial nor activation. just a straightforward install of the entire office suite! Happy days :-D
#3
thanks!!!
#4
StevenA2000_uk
Why not? :?

On a brighter note, my mate managed to get the engineers install disc that doesnt require a serial nor activation. just a straightforward install of the entire office suite! Happy days :-D


Lol thats been leaked on the net for ages.
suspended#5
deathtrap3000
Get it while you can. Microsoft wont be allowed to sell it from Jan 11th.


Thanks, my gfs mum is NHS and needs this. Will make sure she does it ASAP :thumbsup:
#6
Pauladin91
Lol thats been leaked on the net for ages.


it was a subtle way of saying that the NHS staff can still save their £8.95 and get it for free just like you confirmed! :roll:
#7
StevenA2000_uk
Why not? :?


They infringed a patent and their request to keep it on sale has been denied. Not sure if it covers the UK though. Might just be the US.
#8
link?

one that works :)
#9
Well us NHS workers dont get much, so anything helps that saves us money.
#11
Is there any chance non NHS workers can get this? Education for example?
#12
My fiancee works for the nhs, this offer has been running for a while and we tried this deal about a month ago, but didn't work, still getting the SAME problem.
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[*]We are unable to qualify you with the email domain and program code you have provided. Please confirm with your benefits administrator that they are correct.[/LIST]Anyone else getting this?
#14
cazzalder
Well us NHS workers dont get much, so anything helps that saves us money.


was on band 5 for a while , the package didn't seem that bad.

good final salary pension scheme
annual pay increments
good holiday entitlement increasing with service
discount scheme :thumbsup:
#15
te104
Is there any chance non NHS workers can get this? Education for example?


Not at this price, but students (school or university) can get it from several suppliers reasonably cheap:

http://www.microsoft.com/uk/education/schools/software-licensing/buying-for-students.aspx

I bought mine/my daughter's from RM's The Basement as they supplied the PCs in the school I teach in and you don't need a *.ac.uk email address.

Alternatively anybody can get the Beta version of Office 2010 for free (but it will expire in Oct 2010):

http://www.microsoft.com/office/2010/en/default.aspx

Finally, it's only a matter of time before somebody tells you OpenOffice is better (it isn't, but it's very good) and that's always free.
#16
I actually work in a school so only have sch.uk email address, If I use my sons college address can it only be downloaded to his laptop or can we put it on our others?
#17
Get the 2010 Beta for free much better! Then when 2010 is released you'll probably get it for this price if you work for NHS, this isnt a new offer at all.
#18
Starr
Thanks, my gfs mum is NHS and needs this. Will make sure she does it ASAP :thumbsup:


it doesnt mean that after that date they wont distribute the new version of office after that date...
#19
ascen
it doesnt mean that after that date they wont distribute the new version of office after that date...


Exactly. imo you're better getting the 2010 beta just now it's better. I'm currently doing my work on it (just having a bargain break :D)
1 Like #20
1. Good Deal
2. NHS workers deserve the best
3. Microsoft overprice products, plenty of free stuff can do same job
4. Heat added
#21
Try software 4 students
#22
Jerry-Co
1. Good Deal
2. NHS workers deserve the best
3. Microsoft overprice products, plenty of free stuff can do same job
4. Heat added


Eh, why? The rest of us dont???
#23
on a side note, most major companies do this, and have done so for many many years

academic institutions also do this through a site licence (not msdnaa)

i am wondering how many times this deal can be posted......
#24
cazzalder
Well us NHS workers dont get much, so anything helps that saves us money.


You get bloody decent salaries!
#25
Jerry-Co
1. Good Deal
2. NHS workers deserve the best
3. Microsoft overprice products, plenty of free stuff can do same job
4. Heat added


Agree with all that. :thumbsup:

But it feels even better when you rip Microshaft off and get their stuff for free...:whistling:
#26
mccririck
Exactly. imo you're better getting the 2010 beta just now it's better. I'm currently doing my work on it (just having a bargain break :D)


personally i'd say wait. i have *never* in the last ten years had to pay more than £3 for the latest version of office...

btw, if you get your great second auntie thrice removed to buy this for you, you are probably breaking the terms in the licence and thus pirating. if you are bending the terms of the licence, regardless of if you pay (or a relative) you will be liable for copyight infringment. in other words, if you are bending the rules you might as well download for free from some dodgey torrent because you will be penalised the same if caught rather than also dragging your second great auntie thrice removed down as well..
#27
This offer is also open to BT employees :)

I didn't post as a deal cause its the same thing except u need a BT email address.

Merry Christmas everyone!
#28
mccririck
You get bloody decent salaries!


Not that it's anything to do with this deal, mate, but I couldn't do, particularly, a Nurses job, for twice they amount they get paid. They deserve every wee perk that they get.
#29
HM Forces personnel can get this too; MS Project available as well as Office. Speak to your LIM about the MS Home User Program through DII.
#30
AyrHoopy
Not that it's anything to do with this deal, mate, but I couldn't do, particularly, a Nurses job, for twice they amount they get paid. They deserve every wee perk that they get.


Probably because you have no training. I could do it if I did a nursing course, my ex did a nursing cource and I was always being asked to help her study...

Most jobs require training before you can do them proficiently.
#31
te104
I actually work in a school so only have sch.uk email address, If I use my sons college address can it only be downloaded to his laptop or can we put it on our others?


If you buy from The Basement they send you a disk (no packaging or books, just the disk). According to RM: "You can install Microsoft Office software on up to 2 computers. E.g. one could be a desktop and the other on a portable device like a netbook. Both should be for the exclusive use of the licence holder (the student!)"

So you can buy it and install it on 2 PCs - as long they're for the exclusive use of your kids. Not for teachers...:x
1 Like #32
mccririck
Probably because you have no training. I could do it if I did a nursing course, my ex did a nursing cource and I was always being asked to help her study...

Most jobs require training before you can do them proficiently.


Really? Never knew that...

Having spent some time in hospital recently, I know that there is absolutely no way I could put up with the constant ***** (literally) being thrown at the girls and guys doing this job.

It takes a special vocation to do this, even before the training. I know I certainly don't have it. They have my utmost respect.
#33
mccririck
Probably because you have no training. I could do it if I did a nursing course, my ex did a nursing cource and I was always being asked to help her study...

Most jobs require training before you can do them proficiently.


A fully trained nurse does a min of 2 years training in uni and on the wards. They are only basic level then and will have to work supervised for a while afterwards.

Untrained nurses, health care assistants and clinical support assistants that work the long hours and do all the hard jobs even have training as in hospitals they have to be a NVQ level 2, or working towards it but most are level 3. But still on barely more than Minimum wage. So personally isn't it good that NHS workers get a few perks?

And the band 5 person - well yeah you do get a good wage but not all the people that do the hard work (if only NHS discounts could be given to those who actually work the wards!! :whistling:

For those NHS workers that are reading this you can also get discounts at the following shops:

Domino's pizza 20% off
Nandos 20% off
Cafe Rouge 20% off
Dorothy perkins 10% off
Roman Originals 15% off.

Thanks OP for posting this deal ;-)
#34
Shellywelly
A fully trained nurse does a min of 2 years training in uni and on the wards. They are only basic level then and will have to work supervised for a while afterwards.


I know. 2 years isnt long though.

And to the person who says they couldnt deal with being a nurse fair enough, but you probably couldnt deal with quite a lot of jobs then tbh.
#35
AyrHoopy
Not that it's anything to do with this deal, mate, but I couldn't do, particularly, a Nurses job, for twice they amount they get paid. They deserve every wee perk that they get.


some nurses are dodgey and game the system. a mate fires a bunch of nurses each month saving peoples lives and on average £12m a year! crazy figures when you figure that it is only the ones he catches.. in one health board area :/
#36
ascen
some nurses are dodgey and game the system. a mate fires a bunch of nurses each month saving peoples lives and on average £12m a year! crazy figures when you figure that it is only the ones he catches.. in one health board area :/


And how do they apparently game the system?! Nurses won't even be taken on by a hospital without a reg number..... and CRB so would love to know how......

And reg pay newly qualified circa 16k a year

Support workers around £6:30 a hr.....
#37
mccririck
I know. 2 years isnt long though.

And to the person who says they couldnt deal with being a nurse fair enough, but you probably couldnt deal with quite a lot of jobs then tbh.


You're right, mate. I'll stick to my cushy wee Air Traffic number, it's much, much easier than the caring professions..
2 Likes #38
mccririck
I know. 2 years isnt long though.

And to the person who says they couldnt deal with being a nurse fair enough, but you probably couldnt deal with quite a lot of jobs then tbh.


Are you for real?! Who are you to tell complete strangers what they are or are not capable of doing?! As a serving member of the Forces I've seen sh1t that you could only have nightmares about, but I couldn't do a nurses job! If that's all right with you, of course...
#39
Is there an NHS offer for windows 7?
1 Like #40
mccririck
I know. 2 years isnt long though.

And to the person who says they couldnt deal with being a nurse fair enough, but you probably couldnt deal with quite a lot of jobs then tbh.


No the issue is that nurses are being trained mainly in uni with placements on the ward. Personally feel would be better longer on the ward and only being allowed to do training if you have work experience voluntary or otherwise.

And a lot of people couldn't do nursing hence the fact that so many student nurses drop out each year. Its more than just emptying bed pans and giving medicine. Its dealing with the daily abuse nurses get from patients and relatives. dealing with deaths. laying out after death, Helping relatives overcome deaths. Nursing is not about sitting in a uni but having the compassion and caring nature to deal with patients - which a lot of nurses no longer have due to the fact they are trained in uni with a text book and people like you think they can do the job! Its not a 'job' to most nurses.

Rant over - logging off before my blood pressure hits the roof!:w00t:

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