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Time to remind everyone again ......

NHS employees can get Office 2007 Enterprise for a meager £8.95.
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#1
Can you please state how it is purchased at this price.

Many thanks
#2
re-post

you need an .nhs email account to register

good deal though
#3
Excellent deal
#4
How? Links just takes me to the store.

Please post the process showing how you get a copy of office. Or at least post a link to a place that does show how.
#5
I agree with Oliwarner - I cannot find how to get the deal even with my NHS e-mail address?

Any help would be appreciated.
#6
Anyone can get Office 2010 Beta as a free download from Microsoft:

http://www.microsoft.com/office/2010/en/default.aspx
#7
hmm, for some reason the link I put in goes to the wrong place!

go here [url]www.microsoft.com/nhs[/url]
#8
Thanks Killie
#9
killie99
hmm, for some reason the link I put in goes to the wrong place!

go here [url]www.microsoft.com/nhs[/url]


not for scottish nhs employees, ny kilmarnock friend!

Microsoft NHS Licensing
Scotland
Up until June 2009, NHS Scotland held a central licensing arrangement with Microsoft - called an Enterprise Agreement (EA) - that provided software licences to all personal computers (including desktops and laptops) for specific core Microsoft products across all of the eligible NHS organisations in Scotland. The agreement also comprised of specific software assurance benefits for employees, such as access to the Home User Programme, Employee Purchase Programme and Microsoft eLearning - all available on the NHS Resource Centre.

This EA was a three year agreement running until June 2009. Unfortunately the agreement has now expired and has not been renewed which means that the terms of this agreement are no longer applicable. [SIZE="6"]Scottish NHS users who purchased Microsoft Office via the Home User Programme throughout the lifetime of the previous agreement are now no longer entitled to use this licence and should uninstall the software.[/SIZE]
NHS employees in Scotland may of course continue to use the other aspects of the NHS Resource Centre and take advantage of all of the other benefits not specific to the EA. These are:

Access to the private NHS online community which includes: creating and participating in groups, customising your homepage, adding content, participating in discussion forums etc.
Access to ad hoc competitions, such as the monthly WeeMee avatar competition, our Bollywood or Festive Calendar competitions for example
Access to 50% off Microsoft Press books via the Online Bookshop on the NHS Resource Centre
Access to all of the content, hosted on the NHS Resource Centre
Access to our free eNewsletters
#10
Thanks for reminder:)
#11
leitchyleck
not for scottish nhs employees, ny kilmarnock friend!

Microsoft NHS Licensing
Scotland
Up until June 2009, NHS Scotland held a central licensing arrangement with Microsoft - called an Enterprise Agreement (EA) - that provided software licences to all personal computers (including desktops and laptops) for specific core Microsoft products across all of the eligible NHS organisations in Scotland. The agreement also comprised of specific software assurance benefits for employees, such as access to the Home User Programme, Employee Purchase Programme and Microsoft eLearning - all available on the NHS Resource Centre.

This EA was a three year agreement running until June 2009. Unfortunately the agreement has now expired and has not been renewed which means that the terms of this agreement are no longer applicable. [SIZE="6"]Scottish NHS users who purchased Microsoft Office via the Home User Programme throughout the lifetime of the previous agreement are now no longer entitled to use this licence and should uninstall the software.[/SIZE]
NHS employees in Scotland may of course continue to use the other aspects of the NHS Resource Centre and take advantage of all of the other benefits not specific to the EA. These are:

Access to the private NHS online community which includes: creating and participating in groups, customising your homepage, adding content, participating in discussion forums etc.
Access to ad hoc competitions, such as the monthly WeeMee avatar competition, our Bollywood or Festive Calendar competitions for example
Access to 50% off Microsoft Press books via the Online Bookshop on the NHS Resource Centre
Access to all of the content, hosted on the NHS Resource Centre
Access to our free eNewsletters


barstewards!! Oh well, scottish NHS employees can go here instead [url]www.openoffice.org[/url] :)
#12
apparently, wales and northern ireland not eligible also :x

it's called the "national" health service!
#13
COLD - not good deal, i don't work for nhs
#14
wyabcp
COLD - not good deal, i don't work for nhs


Cold from me too I'm afraid becuase Office 2010 Beta is free.
#16
Betas usually expire...
#17
the182guy
Cold from me too I'm afraid becuase Office 2010 Beta is free.


This is for a fully licensed copy of the current Microsoft Office Suite and you're voting cold because you can download a Beta of something that might get released in the next year or so and might be riddled with all sorts of bugs?

Beggars belief sometimes on here why people vote cold.
#18
killie99
This is for a fully licensed copy of the current Microsoft Office Suite and you're voting cold because you can download a Beta of something that might get released in the next year or so and might be riddled with all sorts of bugs?

Beggars belief sometimes on here why people vote cold.


+1, betas are called betas for a reason!
#19
anyone know if nhs workers can get free MS operating system like xp ?? no good having office 2007 if you can't run it.
#20
o2 employees can get this aswell for the same price
#21
killie99
This is for a fully licensed copy of the current Microsoft Office Suite and you're voting cold because you can download a Beta of something that might get released in the next year or so and might be riddled with all sorts of bugs?

Beggars belief sometimes on here why people vote cold.


Beta software varies depending on the supplier. MS Office 2010 Beta is available for the public ie millions this means the average user is unlikely to find any major bugs, there are other stages to software development before Beta. Beta is certainly not the initial test release. Just because it has a Beta label, doesn't mean it's buggy. MS Office 2010 is built on the 2007 version, it is not a new development from scratch, so if the general features (ie same as in 2007) are riddled with bugs, then the bugs probably exist in the 2007 version aswell.

Example: Google Mail has only recently come out of Beta, it has been running for over 5 years.
#22
#23
dogbert682
NHS staff are losing this discount:http://www.theregister.co.uk/2010/07/16/office_delete/

...and apparently anyone who bought it under the scheme must uninstall otherwise they are using un-licenced software - http://www.microsoft.com/UK/NHS/pages/licensing/post_ea_hup.aspx

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