Microsoft Office 2013 - Home Use Program £9.95 @ Microsoft
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Microsoft Office 2013 - Home Use Program £9.95 @ Microsoft

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Found 23rd Sep 2015
Hasn't been listed for a while so thought I may alert ones who haven't seen it to what a great deal this is -

The FULL MS Office 2013 suite. Can be downloaded at any time in future if needed also.

Use the link to check your companies eligibility - most medium/large UK companies are eligible -

microsofthup.com/hup…-GB
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Fantastic for those who can get it. Sadly I cant. Voted hot though as bargain for those eligible.
I preferred 2010 but that's not a bad deal, there are also free alternatives like Google Docs and OpenOffice/LibreOffice which are solid piece's of software for people not willing to spend any money.
Bear in mind 2016 is just out, so if you want that it may be worth waiting (hopefully they'll offer it as part of the HUP
As stated above - Best waiting a short time for the 2016 version to be available for the same deal.
It worked for me, thanks!
Also it provides for 2 copies.
if your in a company that has recently changed names and you have a new email you can get 2 copies, at least that's what I might of done in that company I used to work in that changed names just before I left!

if your really upto getting as many as you can, complain your email should have a . or a . removed and profit again..although that's going a bit far, but in case you are getting married or changing the name, extra office license
I think Office 2016 is due any week now, so might be worth waiting another few weeks - doubt the price will change considering the purpose of the deal and eligibility requirements.
Avenger1324

I think Office 2016 is due any week now, so might be worth waiting … I think Office 2016 is due any week now, so might be worth waiting another few weeks - doubt the price will change considering the purpose of the deal and eligibility requirements.



Came out yesterday pal. Updated via Office 365 Portal.
LibreOffice 5 - free... & for most purposes, just as good.
Save your pennies. Also supports MS Office document extensions.
Do people with NHS email qualify? I have no idea what the program code is.

Edited by: "TheShadowWalker" 23rd Sep 2015
Avenger1324

I think Office 2016 is due any week now, so might be worth waiting … I think Office 2016 is due any week now, so might be worth waiting another few weeks - doubt the price will change considering the purpose of the deal and eligibility requirements.



Rightly said. This is a mistimed deal. Wait for office 2016 to be available on HUP in few days.
Justme1969

LibreOffice 5 - free... & for most purposes, just as good.Save your … LibreOffice 5 - free... & for most purposes, just as good.Save your pennies. Also supports MS Office document extensions.



I have used free office myself. They are okay for day to day use but leaving price aside nothing is as good as MS office.
joeydee

Came out yesterday pal. Updated via Office 365 Portal.



Not yet on HUP though.
TheShadowWalker

Do people with NHS email qualify? I have no idea what the program code is.



If you dont know program code just give your email and you will get an email if you qualify for the offer.
itsgun4u

I have used free office myself. They are okay for day to day use but … I have used free office myself. They are okay for day to day use but leaving price aside nothing is as good as MS office.



The latest version is great. I was using MS Office for a good while, but now 5 is out, no need for me.

With more user support we can have a nice alternative.

I'd encourage everybody to install it regardless and give it a go.
TheShadowWalker

Do people with NHS email qualify? I have no idea what the program code is.



Will depend.

Emergency services check your intranet as you may be entitled to the home/professional version for a similar price, limited to either x1 Mac x1 Windows.

As above it will depend on what offers are available to you in relation to who and where you work.
Any teachers out there? I tried my school email but no go!
The company needs an enterprise agreement with software assurance to be eligible generally.
brez

Any teachers out there? I tried my school email but no go!


This is for Students/Teachers although it's not a cheap as the HUP unfortunately (was cheap but not as cheap as the HUP in the past).
software4students.co.uk/
itsgun4u

If you dont know program code just give your email and you will get an … If you dont know program code just give your email and you will get an email if you qualify for the offer.



LOGiCALX

Will depend.Emergency services check your intranet as you may be entitled … Will depend.Emergency services check your intranet as you may be entitled to the home/professional version for a similar price, limited to either x1 Mac x1 Windows.As above it will depend on what offers are available to you in relation to who and where you work.



Thanks, I'll need to give it a go when I'm at work on the intranet. Can't remember my email password as they require you to change it to something completely different every 3 months!
I actually think you get three licenses with HUP. I also think that if you need more licenses get them now on 2013 and then when 2016 you can buy more. I've not got the details at hand but I'm sure when I signed up that was the case.
bilo999

I actually think you get three licenses with HUP. I also think that if … I actually think you get three licenses with HUP. I also think that if you need more licenses get them now on 2013 and then when 2016 you can buy more. I've not got the details at hand but I'm sure when I signed up that was the case.



According to HUP license terms you can install one copy of office bought under this agreement. If you have an older version and you buy a new version under same HUP program then you are supposed to install only one version.
samspud

Can be downloaded at any time in future if needed also.



Untrue. This benefit only works whilst you are employed by a company paying for software assurance on Microsoft Office. If you leave the company or the company stops paying for SA you are obliged to delete your copy as it's no longer legal.

Source: have been a licensing specialist for a technology company for the past 3 years (plus, see "Are these products limited license(s)/versions?" on this page


Edited by: "Rhythm" 23rd Sep 2015
Hi
What is the code ?!
beata90210

HiWhat is the code ?!


You need your employer to have some type of software license agreement with Microsoft. Enter your work email address where specified to find out if your company is eligible.
Will give it a try + heat.
Cold not Office 2016.
Banned
HOT!!! Ordered
Rhythm

Untrue. This benefit only works whilst you are employed by a company … Untrue. This benefit only works whilst you are employed by a company paying for software assurance on Microsoft Office. If you leave the company or the company stops paying for SA you are obliged to delete your copy as it's no longer legal.Source: have been a licensing specialist for a technology company for the past 3 years (plus, see "Are these products limited license(s)/versions?" on this page



That's my belief too, the key word there being "obliged"
Edited by: "frakison" 23rd Sep 2015
brez

Any teachers out there? I tried my school email but no go!



Depends on the school - I got Office 2010 on this (back when the licence was £20 and worked on 2 devices) so might update to 2016 soon. My kids are at the same school so should be able to get it too.

However, our school email addresses also give us Office 365 for free so I might only use the HUP for my daughter who will be leaving school next spring (so will lose Office 365).
frakison

That's my belief too, the key word there being "obliged"



Which is why they're shifting to Office 365 - and it makes me wonder if the HUP will be updated to Office 2016 or just shut down.
frakison

That's my belief too, the key word there being "obliged"



:-D
i dunno where is this offer all i can find is bloody office 360 for 7.99 A MONTH and thats a rip off
Why do people keep buying new builds
it just gets slower and more bloated every year
My office 2003 is about the last build i cant tolerate
infact i prefer office xp
Shonk

Why do people keep buying new buildsit just gets slower and more bloated … Why do people keep buying new buildsit just gets slower and more bloated every yearMy office 2003 is about the last build i cant tolerateinfact i prefer office xp



How do you get around opening a docx document?
I got this through my company a few years ago but when I changed my PC although I had the licence details I could not download it again. Therefore if you do get this then keep a copy of the download in case you need to reinstall on another PC or tick the option to have a backup DVD (£11). For my company, MS also offer Microsoft Project Professional 2013 and Microsoft Visio Professional 2013 for £9.95 each and Office 2011 for Mac. I am currently on a free year of Office 365 as I bought a Windows tablet so not sure what to do when this ends. My gut feel is that when the new version of Office comes out the licencing will change.
itsgun4u

I have used free office myself. They are okay for day to day use but … I have used free office myself. They are okay for day to day use but leaving price aside nothing is as good as MS office.


I use LibreOffice 5 and Notepad++ for coding and other such things. As well as normal use such as using MS equivalent use such as word, Excel... both brilliant freeware/donationware.
I have Office 2013 on my laptop but prefer using LibreOffice 5 on that too.
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