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    Office 2003 Student & Teacher edition

    Anyone know the cheapest place to get Office 2003 Student & Teacher edition?

    Best I can find is £92.83 at softwareselect.co.uk/Mer…355

    Cheers! Rep will be given to those who assist ;-)

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    but you might as well go for 2007 with that money
    amazon.co.uk/Mic…8-1

    Original Poster

    logical_zombie

    £90 if you include delivery … £90 if you include delivery ]http://www.pcworld.co.uk/martprd/store/[email protected]@@@[email protected]@@@&BV_EngineID=ccfjaddkjiejdeicflgceggdhhmdgmj.0&page=Product&sku=961787



    Tis out of stock :-(

    using £10 google checkout voucher as seen on front page you can get it for 79.52 from ebuyer.

    ]http//ww…771

    just change postage to supersaver, and follow the guide to google checkout.

    Original Poster

    logical_zombie

    but you might as well go for 2007 with that … but you might as well go for 2007 with that money]http://www.amazon.co.uk/Microsoft-Office-2007-Home-Student/dp/B000HCZ8EO/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1/202-3927569-0200608?ie=UTF8&s=software&qid=1176556809&sr=8-1



    That version of Office 2007 doesn't come with outlook, that's why I want office 2003

    i have the trial version that came with my laptop.... how much would a cd key cost?

    if you want the full pro versions ebuyer have them for good prices

    ]Office 2007 Pro Academic
    £141.99

    or

    ]Office 2003 Pro Academic
    £128.07

    They both qualify for free postage if you knock the delivery time to supersaver.

    Bit more costly but as I say this is the full Pro versions including Outlook and Publisher + other bits and bobs

    Tek

    PS don't forget you can get £10 off each of these by buying through google at the moment.

    Also all student and teacher editions allow you to install on up to three machine, providing you own them, you can't buy a copy and share it with two other people in your street.

    I could probably save ya £92.83 but unsure if the version i have has outlook it is office 2003 though

    i have the full version of office 2007, has EVERYTHING, including outlook 2007. got it without paying M$ a penny.

    Original Poster

    newcastle_fella

    i have the full version of office 2007, has EVERYTHING, including outlook … i have the full version of office 2007, has EVERYTHING, including outlook 2007. got it without paying M$ a penny.

    How did that work out?

    downloaded it lol

    thats kinda wot i was saying... I have direct link for it if your interested

    Original Poster

    I want a LEGIT copy of office 2003 at cheapest available price.

    I'm not interested in pirate copies, and unfortunately student 2007 doesn't have outlook, so I'm not interested in that either ;-)

    have to get it from there then.

    ]http//ww…900

    Original Poster

    cheers chris, rep given

    Original Poster

    ah! tis out of stock! anyone else know of any bargain sites for office 2003?

    i could do with this aswell was tempted to get it at the weekend round the car boots, ive got office 2003 on the computer but for some reason word isnt working but of off the other programmes are

    Original Poster

    try reinstalling it on your PC - I doubt a new disc would be any better than the installation disc you already have

    the problem is that it was a copy, i will try reinstalling it tho.

    Personally I'd just use ]OpenOffice instead. It's 100% free and legal, it's much better (can do things like save as pdf as standard) and is compatible with all your current Microsoft Office documents!

    Original Poster

    megalomaniac

    Personally I'd just use ]OpenOffice instead. It's 100% free and legal, … Personally I'd just use ]OpenOffice instead. It's 100% free and legal, it's much better (can do things like save as pdf as standard) and is compatible with all your current Microsoft Office documents!

    Thanks for your advice, but I'm already set on using MS Office. I just want to find the cheapest available place to buy online! :thumbsup:

    megalomaniac

    Personally I'd just use ]OpenOffice instead. It's 100% free and legal, … Personally I'd just use ]OpenOffice instead. It's 100% free and legal, it's much better (can do things like save as pdf as standard) and is compatible with all your current Microsoft Office documents!



    thanx i will have a look

    markwills

    Thanks for your advice, but I'm already set on using MS Office. I just … Thanks for your advice, but I'm already set on using MS Office. I just want to find the cheapest available place to buy online! :thumbsup:



    Wont hurt to give it a go while you're looking ;-). Trust me you'll never look back :thumbsup:

    Go on you know you want too, hehe
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