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Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013 £8.95 @ Microsoft store
Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013 £8.95 @ Microsoft store

Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013 £8.95 @ Microsoft store

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Get the Full Version of Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus Edition (Windows) for £8.95 (Digital Copy) - Or DVD in post for an extra £9)

Contains:
Word 2013
Excel 2013
Powerpoint 2013
Outlook 2013
OneNote 2013
Access 2013
Publisher 2013
InfoPath 2013
Lync 2013

As long as your Work place is part of the Home Use Program, this offer will be available to you.
Follow the steps below

1) Click on Deal Link
2) Enter your work e-mail address
3) Enter Program Code ( If Known, I did not enter this and ticked Don't Know Your Program Code? Click Here.)
4) wait for confirmation E-mail from Microsoft in your works e-mail address
5) Click on Link provided within E-mail
6) Go through Purchase
7) Product Key will appear in purchase order and in works e-mail address.

Either download and install (or wait for DVD if ordered), apply product key.. all done

Also this deal is Available for MAC, but a different package, you will get
Word 2011
Excel 2011
Outlook 2011
Powerpoint 2011

Use this link: microsofthup.com/hup…ode

38 Comments

Original Poster

The link is here - microsofthup.com/hup…ode

This is direct from Microsoft

Not really a deal. Just if your company makes use of Home Use Program you can get them cheap at home. They used to be free for home user under that program

Original Poster

firstaspect

Not really a deal. Just if your company makes use of Home Use Program you … Not really a deal. Just if your company makes use of Home Use Program you can get them cheap at home. They used to be free for home user under that program



IMO it is a deal - you can either go and buy it outright for £79 or extend your enterprise licence for £9.. I know which one I'd prefer..
Edited by: "adam_holcombe" 30th Jul 2014

Nice find OP - good deal !!

Its a standard offer, and a couple things to consider:

1. You can't (under license terms) use it for anything commercial - including your job (i.e. the one you used to get the deal)
2. You can (or at least when I did it) install it on two machines - terms state on PC and one portable, but any two will work

Personally I hate it and despite having bought it don't use it. If you like the "Ribbon" and the Windows 8 style baggage you might feel different. I suppose its worth the money, and maybe handy for training/practice, but if I had my time again I'd have kept my £8.95.

By the way ubit (to bring back classic Office menus) works with this, and makes it bearable, but for home use I find I can do everything with office.live.com and save installing this.


Edited by: "blacklion1725" 30th Jul 2014

Banned

Long running programme - I've purchased 2010 & 2013 through it.
note: you also have to remove it should you leave the company you work for (not that there's a way to check of course)

You can also purchase Project & Visio as standalone programs (8.95 each)
Edited by: "aldredd" 30th Jul 2014

Isn't open office the same and free?

blacklion1725

You can't (under license terms) use it for anything commercial - … You can't (under license terms) use it for anything commercial - including your job (i.e. the one you used to get the deal)



aldredd

note: you also have to remove it should you leave the company you work … note: you also have to remove it should you leave the company you work for (not that there's a way to check of course)



And then they wonder why piracy is so rife? With terms like these you can hardly blame people for seeing them as greedy fat bar-stewards!!

luckskill

Isn't open office the same and free?


To answer this rhetorical question, No but it's similar in many aspects and yes it's free.

Original Poster

blacklion1725

You can't (under license terms) use it for anything commercial - … You can't (under license terms) use it for anything commercial - including your job (i.e. the one you used to get the deal)

aldredd

note: you also have to remove it should you leave the company you work … note: you also have to remove it should you leave the company you work for (not that there's a way to check of course)



How is this 'greedy'?

All you are doing is paying to extend your employer's licence...

luckskill

Isn't open office the same and free?



No.

Nope. OpenOffice and LibreOffice are excellent, and have some compatibility with MS formats. Once you start getting in to saving between the two environments, especially with custom MS templates, then it generally doesn't end well. This isn't a dig at Libre/OpenOffice, just a fact of life.

If you want basic Word/Excel compatibility with MS, and don't need anything fancy, then download MS Office 2010 Starter (Windows 7, free in several places - google) or use online MS Office Online for free at office.live.com. The latter also works in Linux (100%) and Chromebooks (I think).

Useless crap

adam_holcombe

How is this 'greedy'?All you are doing is paying to extend your … How is this 'greedy'?All you are doing is paying to extend your employer's licence...



Greedy because as firstaspect already mentioned...

firstaspect

Not really a deal. Just if your company makes use of Home Use Program you … Not really a deal. Just if your company makes use of Home Use Program you can get them cheap at home. They used to be free for home user under that program


I think this is going cold because the title is very misleading. Home Use program needs to go in the title. This is more limited than the student offers.

Original Poster

alphamusic

I think this is going cold because the title is very misleading. Home Use … I think this is going cold because the title is very misleading. Home Use program needs to go in the title. This is more limited than the student offers.



How is it limited? IF your employer participates, for £9 you can install MS Office 2013 Pro+ on two machines.

aldredd

Long running programme - I've purchased 2010 & 2013 through it.note: you … Long running programme - I've purchased 2010 & 2013 through it.note: you also have to remove it should you leave the company you work for (not that there's a way to check of course)You can also purchase Project & Visio as standalone programs (8.95 each)



Can you add a link to project I can not find it? Cheers

adam_holcombe

How is it limited? IF your employer participates, for £9 you can install … How is it limited? IF your employer participates, for £9 you can install MS Office 2013 Pro+ on two machines.



You just explained how it is limited. "If your employer participates"

Anyone know a link for a Student licence version of Win 7/8 64 bit for godson. New hard drive fitted, and and Sony vaio needs the 64 bit version. I have a 32 bit, but useless without drivers.

Any help appreciated, sorry for hijacking if I have.

Ta.

philipgregson58

Anyone know a link for a Student licence version of Win 7/8 64 bit for … Anyone know a link for a Student licence version of Win 7/8 64 bit for godson. New hard drive fitted, and and Sony vaio needs the 64 bit version. I have a 32 bit, but useless without drivers. Any help appreciated, sorry for hijacking if I have.Ta.



This might help you mydigitallife.info/off…er/

you need to know which version he has

Also do it from USB it tell you how in the link its much faster
Edited by: "Chuckles1001" 30th Jul 2014

Not tried it (yet), but I found: kluug.net/off…php

Chuckles1001

This might help you … This might help you http://www.mydigitallife.info/official-windows-7-sp1-iso-from-digital-river/you need to know which version he hasAlso do it from USB it tell you how in the link its much faster


Chuckles1001

This might help you … This might help you http://www.mydigitallife.info/official-windows-7-sp1-iso-from-digital-river/you need to know which version he hasAlso do it from USB it tell you how in the link its much faster



What a star, looks perfect, I have the original key so should work. Thank you Thank you Thank you Chuckles1001.. If there was a badge available I'd give you one.

adam_holcombe

opposed to the **** you post?



More people can benefit from stuff which I post

With a better value as well

do they check your email

philipgregson58

What a star, looks perfect, I have the original key so should work. Thank … What a star, looks perfect, I have the original key so should work. Thank you Thank you Thank you Chuckles1001.. If there was a badge available I'd give you one.



That's cool, I have used it a few times for different versions, never tried the student version but should be the same

Clearly a restricted promotion based on company participation.... But a deal?

lucyferror

Useless crap


The product is used by millions of people around the world and so by definition cannot be useless. Your opinion however is as useful as it is well thought out, therefore it does qualify as "Useless crap"

snowflake75

do they check your email


Do who check, whose email?

jdbigguy

The product is used by millions of people around the world and so by … The product is used by millions of people around the world and so by definition cannot be useless. Your opinion however is as useful as it is well thought out, therefore it does qualify as "Useless crap"



My comment was regarding this deal - not product.
Not many people will benefit from it.
By the way I don't give a toss what you think

Chuckles1001

That's cool, I have used it a few times for different versions, never … That's cool, I have used it a few times for different versions, never tried the student version but should be the same



No, I was looking for a cheap Student version as I know Uni's sometimes have deals like the one posted here, I used the Home Premium from the site as that is the key I have from his lappie. Loaded perfectly, just cannot get the lan driver to load to update his Vaio drivers, so still a bit stuck, but I'll get our IT guy to fight with it hopefully. Thanks again, I'll stop clogging this up now.

adam_holcombe

IMO it is a deal - you can either go and buy it outright for £79 or … IMO it is a deal - you can either go and buy it outright for £79 or extend your enterprise licence for £9.. I know which one I'd prefer..


I'm retired and was self employed so I can't use the deal but where can I get it for £79?

lucyferror

My comment was regarding this deal - not product. Not many people will … My comment was regarding this deal - not product. Not many people will benefit from it. By the way I don't give a toss what you think



Not one of your posted deals will save anywhere near the amount of money this deal offers. Are all your deals "Useless crap"?
if you think "not many people will benefit" then you must think that some people will benefit from it. That makes it worthwhile posting and over two million people can take up this deal which is also more than any of your posted deals could manage. Again I ask are all your deals "Useless crap"?
You say "I don't give a toss what you think" and yet you still had to reply to my post. Clearly you give much more than "a toss" so your latest post could also be considered "Useless crap"
That's three lots of "Useless crap" in one post. Are you trying to beat a record of how many "Useless crap" comments you can make or are you going to give up before you make yourself look even more foolish?

jdbigguy

Not one of your posted deals will save anywhere near the amount of money … Not one of your posted deals will save anywhere near the amount of money this deal offers. Are all your deals "Useless crap"?if you think "not many people will benefit" then you must think that some people will benefit from it. That makes it worthwhile posting and over two million people can take up this deal which is also more than any of your posted deals could manage. Again I ask are all your deals "Useless crap"?You say "I don't give a toss what you think" and yet you still had to reply to my post. Clearly you give much more than "a toss" so your latest post could also be considered "Useless crap" That's three lots of "Useless crap" in one post. Are you trying to beat a record of how many "Useless crap" comments you can make or are you going to give up before you make yourself look even more foolish?



Lol you made me laugh. Have a life man. It's a good deal for office (cheap) but imo it's quite limited when it comes to people who can claim it (most of people/students who are eligible ALREADY have it).
-27° degrees means that it's not only my opinion and if you are taking everything so seriously I think you should spend less time in here

lucyferror

Lol you made me laugh. Have a life man. It's a good deal for office … Lol you made me laugh. Have a life man. It's a good deal for office (cheap) but imo it's quite limited when it comes to people who can claim it (most of people/students who are eligible ALREADY have it).-27° degrees means that it's not only my opinion and if you are taking everything so seriously I think you should spend less time in here


The saying is "Get a life", you can't get even the simplest of statements right. Now you say it is a good deal, so it isn't even your opinion that it's "Useless crap" and nobody else has said has that. You get a gold medal for making a fool of yourself and you owe the OP a big apology for your offensive remark. Based on your stupid comments so far I doubt you will understand so I have decided not to continue this conversation for fear of making yourself appear to be the most idiotic poster on this forum.

jdbigguy

The saying is "Get a life", you can't get even the simplest of statements … The saying is "Get a life", you can't get even the simplest of statements right. Now you say it is a good deal, so it isn't even your opinion that it's "Useless crap" and nobody else has said has that. You get a gold medal for making a fool of yourself and you owe the OP a big apology for your offensive remark. Based on your stupid comments so far I doubt you will understand so I have decided not to continue this conversation for fear of making yourself appear to be the most idiotic poster on this forum.



I never said anywhere that it's a bad deal - I just wrote two words (not a full sentence) because I was on my mobile at work and had no time messing in mobile browser.
You don't have to defend so much someone's else deal. I never meant to offend anyone besides I have right to my opinion.
You are already in top 5 of my most idiotic "conversations" here oO

Bye

Great deal - saved me a fortune. Thanks OP

Fantastic, thank you.
Real bargain.
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