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Microsoft Office Home & Business 2013 (includes Outlook) £119.97 @ Amazon
Microsoft Office Home & Business 2013 (includes Outlook) £119.97 @ Amazon

Microsoft Office Home & Business 2013 (includes Outlook) £119.97 @ Amazon

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Microsoft Office Home & Business 2013 (includes Outlook)

Includes:
Outlook 2013
Word 2013
Excel 2013
PowerPoint 2013
OneNote 2013

Yep there's free software available which will work as well for most people. But if you DO want the Microsoft version this is the best price its been for ages. Normally its £180 ish.

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serious question,does this last as long as my computer or would i be purchasing a 12 month subscription I'd like to hope its not a sub

shortchanged

serious question,does this last as long as my computer or would i be … serious question,does this last as long as my computer or would i be purchasing a 12 month subscription I'd like to hope its not a sub



Offfice 365 is the rental equivalent, this is yours forever.

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Yep, you can transfer to another pc when you upgrade too.

spamcan61

Offfice 365 is the rental equivalent, this is yours forever.




Thanks.

Decent price for the real deal...... yes we all know that other office programs can be got for nothing but sometimes you do need the genuine evil original, even if the stupid ribbon taskbars make you want to throw the PC out the window when you can't find a simple function that was so easy to find in Office 2003

free on eye so hunt

Initiation

free on eye so hunt



Lol

Good price if you don't need Access, good value if you don't intend to upgrade for a few years.

You're better off going with an older version. This one looks terrible TERRIBLE!!!! You know the lunatics have taken over the asylum when the menu colour has been restricted to white, light grey and dark grey even after all the complaints from users.

This one looks like it was designed by Lawrence Llewellyn Bowen....

I think people just don't realise how much MS office costs. it's a good deal but most people just wouldn't be willing to pay it!

Best price I've seen it. Souldn't be cold. Hot UK Deals needs two cold buttons, one for "I don't like the product" and one for "I've seen it cheaper".

Great price and find OP, noticed that it's also available in Currys PC World and TCB offering 17.85% cashback on software for the next two days.

However as always with TCB never sure they will actually track or indeed payout but I thought it was worth a mention.

You must know someone who works for a company offering either the MS Home user scheme or with an MSDN sub...with a couple spare licenses?

Does anyone really pay full price for Office??

Uridium

You must know someone who works for a company offering either the MS Home … You must know someone who works for a company offering either the MS Home user scheme or with an MSDN sub...with a couple spare licenses?Does anyone really pay full price for Office??


That's the reason why so many people think Office 'just comes with the computer' because so many people get it from a mate or their pal in the IT dept.

cold because it is always so expensive.
i make do with LibreOffice for .doc etc, and only use Office2003 (plus conversion addon) when i need to look at those damn .docx files (these only exist because people buy into MSOffice, and open source office isn't yet 100% compatible)

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mcek

cold because it is always so expensive.i make do with LibreOffice for … cold because it is always so expensive.i make do with LibreOffice for .doc etc, and only use Office2003 (plus conversion addon) when i need to look at those damn .docx files (these only exist because people buy into MSOffice, and open source office isn't yet 100% compatible)



Thanks for the feedback - I just thought that since its normally £60-£80 more, it would qualify as hot for those who need the Microsoft version. As I say in the post above - for most Libre office is fine, but for those who need this, and don't qualify for a work at home copy, this is a substantial saving, and therefore warm or hot.

russ

Thanks for the feedback - I just thought that since its normally £60-£80 m … Thanks for the feedback - I just thought that since its normally £60-£80 more, it would qualify as hot for those who need the Microsoft version. As I say in the post above - for most Libre office is fine, but for those who need this, and don't qualify for a work at home copy, this is a substantial saving, and therefore warm or hot.



Agreed this is a good price, even if the ribbon drives me nuts.. :-/ Perhaps the cold voters would like to link to a cheaper price for a legit copy.

Libre Office

mcek

cold because it is always so expensive.i make do with LibreOffice for … cold because it is always so expensive.i make do with LibreOffice for .doc etc, and only use Office2003 (plus conversion addon) when i need to look at those damn .docx files (these only exist because people buy into MSOffice, and open source office isn't yet 100% compatible)



Download the latest conversion pack - it should be able to open dock (has done for a couple of years now)

Office 2003 is still probably the best Office suite followed by Office 2010 which while it has the crappy ribbon allows saving in Pdf format.

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Kingstuart

Just download the free alternative, http://www.openoffice.org/download/



If you're going down the free route, Libre office is the better of the two: libreoffice.org

It was made by the team who made Open Office before it was bought out.

this should be hotter, this is the lowest ever price on amazon

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Now expired - back to £178...
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