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Millions of Brits rely on Microsoft Office Suite to manage their businesses, organize personal data and write papers for school. Providing excellent services, applications, and servers like word processor, database, spreadsheet and presentation, MS Office is a leading tool set across industries. hotukdeals helps customers find the best deals on Microsoft Office and make sure everyone picks the right package. Read more
Microsoft Office 365 (Now Microsoft 365) Home & McAfee 6 Devices 1 Year - £43.94 delivered at Argos
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Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Was waiting for the price to drop, might help someone. Delivery (+£3.95). Office 365 is now Microsoft 365: New name, more benefits, same price. Subscribe today and get all the be… Read more
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ashtabash

It's a great deal, even if it was only for 6TB of cloud storage for a whole year. I bought the full price subscription from Microsoft just a few days ago. Then after seeing this deal, asked if Microsoft would match it and return the difference. They didn't. So I asked for a full refund from Microsoft, ordered this to my local argos (no delivery fee). And will be collecting it from there on Saturday. Thanks OP

Tabintab

I was more thinking about the people who would download from a warez site and think they were getting a good deal

mudisoft

The big value in this deal is the 1 TB storage. Excellent for backing up all the things on the cheap.

sheepdognwolf

yep I see your point and we all have the right to make one . Personally i like 365 . it gives me up to date MS apps which used to cost me £100's unless i bought pirated software - the good deal with 365 is the number of users, both my son and wife use it and also the cloud storage which when compared to Dropbox is a great deal. I just go my Dropbox renewal which is $119 so 365 is a bargain. Im gradually moving 10 years worth of work data off Dropbox to 365 as 365 is a better deal for me. I used to hate MS and their pricing policy but it has got better with the added value of data storage and regular updates etc - cheers

gavin1

It already is. Im not sure if they got it out faster than planned due to CV19 and Zoom taking off so well.

Free Microsoft Office/Minecraft (Wales Only)
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Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
This is a reminder that Microsoft office and Minecraft is free to any Teachers and Students in Wales as part of the Welsh Assembily Goverment's HWB platform, essentially if you tea… Read more
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Keith_Chung

Over the bridge, its now free entry too. ;)

nchknc

How do i go to wales?

montana78

VPN: Wales :D

rhyming_geek

I think you're confusing hime with Jacob Rees Mogg :D

ph1275

But BetaMax is better

Ultra Office by ‪CompuClever Free Word, Spreadsheet, Slide & PDF Compatible @ Microsoft Store
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Posted 8th MayPosted 8th May
Was £42 Now free, If it helps anyone Ultra Office is the best free office & PDF software in 2019 - a perfect alternative to Word, Excel, Powerpoint & Adobe PDF. Not only … Read more
angelnas

It's a replica of Libre I downloaded Ultra office and Neat office with have slight differences in appearance but not much, I do have the official Microsoft word software but thought it's good to see what else is out there. Just download Libre which is free

MattsBits

Anyone can publish on there. Just like any other app store. It being on there is no endorsement.

Deepak_Singh-Ranger

Agree, it's just open office in a different package

wilf1234

Yep, I've tried that, but there's something remaining that automatically saves Pdfs as a WPS pdf - I can manually deselect it by just adding .pdf when I save the file, but its just a faff and an indication of the developers intentions... I thought I'd found the relevant entries in the registry recently, but the issue has now reappeared, so I must have missed something...

watson44

but it's not a program its an app, it won't be found in the registry. it needs uninstalling via windows powershell

Microsoft Office 365 Home + Mcafee Total Protection - 12 months - 6 Devices £57.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 11th AprPosted 11th Apr
Not as good as the Argos one a while back, but still a decent price nevertheless. 12-month subscription for upto 6 people 1 TB OneDrive cloud storage and also collaborate on… Read more
TheClusk

I'm not surprised tbh

dannyzz

Thanks

spannerzone

The activation code by email option is better priced at £52.34 from Amazon - if you do need it right away and NO McAfee bundled! https://www.amazon.co.uk/Microsoft-Office-Home-users-year/dp/B00DRP537A?th=1

spannerzone

Yes that's often the case but this product was £49 last month and can be £39 several times a year. Not much good if you need it right now of course but it's not a bad price but not the best either.

tech3475

I wouldn't be surprised if people vote cold because they use grey market codes for 'lifetime' versions.

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Microsoft Office Home And Business 2019 - £199.03 @ Amazon
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Posted 9th AprPosted 9th Apr
Usual Price for this is £249.99 , This on an `Amazons Choice` Deal at the moment (Product Key Inside - No Disc) Supplied and delivered by Amazon ( £165.95 + VAT )
dkj255

Businesses NEED to be properly licensed (and that isn't the same as having activated products - you have to prove you've bought a legitimate license) as they can be audited for compliance and fined heavily. Home users legally need to do the same, though the chance of detection and punishment is far lower. This price is good for business users who want to do things correctly, but there are lower cost alternatives for everyone else.

Masteryates

I'm with you there Blandford. I've grown up with Micro$oft, but it all started to go downhill when they thrust the ribbon on us, and refused to listen. Now they are even worse, as they have taken the Google and Facebook route of data mining.

Blandford33

I don't support piracy hence I don't buy from Microsoft. 8)

r1zla

Yep think so , unlikely to get caught I just wanted a legit one for work , and this is cheapest for business

MrBrightside1987

What’s the difference between the home and business versions? It is just the licensing says one is for business and the for personal only? If I write a business document using a home version of Word will my business be at risk?

Microsoft Office 365 Home (Up to 6 users / 1 year / PC/Mac download) £49.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 6th AprPosted 6th Apr
Update 1
Dropped 51p - now £49.99
this is just below my price point for this - you can sometimes get it cheaper in Argos but this one is by download so no delivery driver risking the virus. You can order a box if y… Read more
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parpenbhwarg

If you’ve never had this before (like me), then you can get 14 months for the price of 12. Sign up for the Microsoft 365 family trial to get your first month free. You’ll need to enter billing details for the trial. Recurring billing will be enabled as part of the sign up process. Now disable recurring billing, and go buy your subscription from Amazon. Once you have the key, add it to your account and you’ll see the subscription is valid for 13 months. Give it 30 minutes or so, and then enable recurring billing. Monthly billing included a free month for me. Now you’ll have 14 months validity on your subscription! If you try to do it sooner you may hit an error (I did).

Mentos

If you're not using all the user slots, whats the best way to use just the onedrive storage? Can't see a way to reallocate it. Perhaps setup a dummy user account and create shared folder? Thinking I may as well use them for online backups (Time Machine/etc). Can't be bothered selling off the slots. A lot of hassle doing that every year for £10-£20.

Mentos

Is that for 365 home with 6 users? Or just per user? Any links? Wife is a perpetual student due to her profession, so could stack up a few years.

zcaprd7

Ok, I think currency speculation is a bit more than just Brexit? Also, they can only charge what the market can bear...

Stephen_Townsley

It hasn't. Microsoft 365 was launched on 21st April 2020 for consumers. Price is the same. More features coming. The price may go up if the pound falls against the dollar after we leave the single market on 31st December 2020. However, currency deprecating is a Brexit factor rather than a Microsoft one. The US retail price is $99 or £79 in the UK. Stacking up a couple of years at this price is quite a good tactic as an inflation hedge if you use this service. Also, there are other deals for students if they have a school or college email address. You can usually get 4 years for way less than a £100 as an offer. Given the use of Word etc for school/college that is a good offer too.

Microsoft Office 365 all versions with discount of £20 off @ AO - Microsoft Office 365 Home Digital Download for 6 Users - Annual Sub £59.99
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Posted 29th MarPosted 29th Mar
Microsoft Office 365 all versions with discount of £20 off @ AO - Microsoft Office 365 Home Digital Download for 6 Users - Annual Sub £59.99
For all the digital versions of Microsoft Office ao.com offers £20 at checkout and it works since just bought one now
stick_w_vic

Do a search for 'Office 365 argos' it comes up every month or two over the past year or two.

Minstadave

Stops working.

cRuNcHiE

My “student” one is due to expire next month wonder if I can use this to extend it its not a free student one ,it’s the 5 year 365 access they used to have for cheap for students

Azzin

Which is it? Usually? Or now and then?

45ure

so if you buy this for a year what happens at the end of the year does everything just stop workign adn you are without Office - or does it just stop updates etc ?

eLearnOffice - Lifetime access to hundreds of Microsoft Office courses £19 @ Groupon
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31/12/2020Expires on 31/12/2020Posted 26th MarPosted 26th Mar
eLearnOffice - Lifetime access to hundreds of Microsoft Office courses £19 @ Groupon
Compelling bundle on offer here for anyone that wants to continue to develop their office skills. 4.5 rating 'excellent' on trusted shops. Courses and Contents: Excel for Begi… Read more
Karencraig

I signed up for this course, but was sceptical. Its actually really good. I've only got as far as excel, and even though I'e not got to the sections I was looking at learning, I'm still learning lots of useful tips. The tutorials are clear, short bit sizes sections, so easy to flick back to. At this price I'd recommend.

deleted2425017

Only a complete tool would pay for a beginners course? Really?

Roger_Irrelevant

Paying for a beginners course. Only a complete tool would pay for something like this. Perhaps you should sign up, and also look out for an "English for Beginners" one whilst you're at it. (y)

BkzBiz

Thanks

rhythmandsoul

https://365datascience.com/

Microsoft Office 365 Home & McAfee Total Protection 6 Device £39.99 @ Argos
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Posted 18th MarPosted 18th Mar
Microsoft Office 365 Home & McAfee Total Protection 6 Device £39.99 @ Argos
Back down in price again at Argos with good stock availability. Get the installed applications you know and trust- Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher and Access… Read more
royals

You can still buy office, 2019 is out but itll cost you about £400 if you prefer that but whiksg it comes with teams, it comes with no updates. Or pay £40 to £80 a year with full features except teams but you get updates.

buzzard

Not in the heading of this post and I posted before the deal editor added it - perhaps they agreed with me.

TimmyD

I've recently bought Norton 360 for £18... it's from amazon so i can return it.. But was hoping to get a older copy of Office that would not require a yearly renewal..Seems like the biggest con from Microsoft whereas you could buy office before and it would last forever.

Mentos

Do all users get Personal Vault? I'm seeing it on my iOS App. But just installed OneDrive on my wifes phone and dont see Personal Vault under files or anywhere else?

Dusty666

Can I use this on samsung pc's, tablets and chrombooks

Get 2 Months Free of Telegraph when you buy Microsoft Office from Amazon - £49.33
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Posted 12th MarPosted 12th Mar
Get 2 Months Free of Telegraph when you buy Microsoft Office from Amazon - £49.33
Buy a Microsoft Office product at amazon between 3 March 2020 and 24 May 2020 and you’ll receive a free 2 month online Telegraph subscription Buy a Microsoft Office product… Read more
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rjb25073

same here, office was a good price so bought extra year. No sign of offer, contacted Amazon who were clueless.

planetf1

I switched my office 365 home from annual (microsoft) to the amazon deal. The telegraph sub offer was at most 'interesting' but I've been waiting nearly a week now to get a code ie 'You will receive a unique link via email redirecting you to Telegraph Subscription Page.' but none has arrived Chasing amazon has not been fruitful Has anyone actually received the offer code?

Alistair_Lambert

A hall of shame. There should be a holy alliance of 3 honest brands to counteract all this evil.

Erudite

I don't know which of the three firms should be the most ashamed.

driver8

What a strange combination!

Microsoft Office Home & MCAFEE LiveSafe Premium 2020 - bundle £59.99 @ Currys
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Posted 3rd MarPosted 3rd Mar
Microsoft Office Home & MCAFEE LiveSafe Premium 2020 - bundle £59.99 @ Currys
The McAfee LiveSafe Premium 2020 & Microsoft Office Home Bundle contains everything you need for your laptop or PC. Get your work done and protect your data online. ___________… Read more
pekoz1

Are you sure its the Office 365 'Home' (6 user) version that is £40 and not the Personal (1 user) ? EDIT....Sorry my apologies Ive just seen that deal for £39.99 from AO ....wow that was cheap Missed it.... Argos have had it for the same price at the moment https://www.argos.co.uk/product/8837505

RCAnderson

It comes & goes, but argos & curry's are normally the culprits.

mcfunkalot

Fairy nuff. I'm in the market for one now and this seemed like a good deal compared to what's on offer right now. Might wait it out for a cpl weeks see if it drops to £40. Thanks

RCAnderson

This is often down to ~£40

Microsoft Office Home & Student 2019 | one-time purchase | 1 PC (Windows 10) or Mac | box £98.12 @ Amazon
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Posted 1st MarPosted 1st Mar
Microsoft Office Home & Student 2019 | one-time purchase | 1 PC (Windows 10) or Mac | box £98.12 @ Amazon
£95.12£115.8518%Amazon Deals
Cheapest I've seen a legitimate copy of this. Microsoft Store has it at £119.99
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nigelnorris

Microsoft HUP has been cancelled and replaced with discounted subscriptions to Office 365. I used to pay £19.99 for each standalone Office release, that's gone so now I pay £40 per year for O365. I prefer it, the 1TB storage space is very useful. The other BIG advantage is that the HUP used to require a works login to use, the system it's been replaced with allows you to use all personal login info so your work has zero access to any of your stuff.

PeacePipe

If you had followed the context I was referring to Office in general including 365 which offers a lot of things that Libre Office doesn't. So it's silly to say it's just as good when it has large gaps in functionality versus 365 Premium. For people with more basic needs then Libre Office often makes a lot of sense. So this particular version is not a great deal in my eyes but for some it's still better than Libre Office; it's a subjective call.

EricHitchmo

I have had to make the break. No way could I deal with comments and such like across open source. I agree Open Source are good, they are largely compatible, but in my experience not compatible enough to be worth the hassle just to save a few pounds. I dislike the way MS monopolized things though.... Open Office butchered a job application form for me recently. The money saved is not worth the time lost.

philhib1964

There's nothing blanket about it, it covers everything so if you agree it's seriously worth considering why make the silly comment you did? For some people it's having to get over the fact that there are alternatives out there that are as good, if not better than Microsoft software. Once you make the break you won't want to go back and pay again.

philhib1964

Yes you can. I use Microsoft at work and email them to my home comp and they open no problem at all. Covers everything from Word, Power point etc..etc.

Microsoft Office 365 Personal Digital Download for 1 User - Annual Subscription £35 at AO.com
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Posted 25th FebPosted 25th Feb
Microsoft Office 365 Personal Digital Download for 1 User - Annual Subscription £35 at AO.com
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Just had an email from AO with this offer, beats the argos deal posted before! (FYI...Just been informed that the Argos deal was for 6 users) Was £55 but with the code, drops to £3… Read more
mmmbacon2016

Yes, unfortunately it has gone up, but thank you for letting us all know!

kketbb

£66 now but code still works...

Amzeeya

Thank you (y)

mmmbacon2016

This is for 1 User for 1 Year

Amzeeya

Is this for a year or lifetime?

Microsoft Office 365 Home & McAfee Total Protection (6 Devices) for £39.99 @ Argos (Free C&C)
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Posted 12th FebPosted 12th Feb
Microsoft Office 365 Home & McAfee Total Protection (6 Devices) for £39.99 @ Argos (Free C&C)
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Add to basket and go to trolley to see the price change ( £39.99) About this product Get the installed applications you know and trust- Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, … Read more
mishkab

I was just trying to put some other ideas out there. :) Either way, it’s a good deal and I hope there’s a similar one on offer once I’m done my studies! (excited)

DingoDirk

Not really the point I was making. You are free to save files wherever you want to - of course. There is something here that a lot of people with Office 365 free student accounts don’t seem to understand. If your university doesn’t use Office 365 on a subscription basis, Microsoft will give you a free personal student license if you sign up using a valid email address. Only you have access to this account. However if your university does subscribe to Office 365, Microsoft will sign you up to an organisational account managed by the university. This was never a problem with standalone Office student licenses which, admittedly, weren’t free but which cost a nominal £9.99 for a perpetual license.

mishkab

Only if you store your files in the school/uni’s O365 cloud. I have O365 through the OU but store my files in my personal Dropbox.

mark_man_utd

Has this expired. Not working for me.

Gormond

Just got a notification yesterday that mine was expiring, lucky this offer was on :D

Microsoft Office 365 Home + Mcafee Total Protection 6 Devices £52.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 11th FebPosted 11th Feb
Microsoft Office 365 Home + Mcafee Total Protection 6 Devices £52.99 @ Amazon
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12-month subscription for upto 6 people 1 TB OneDrive cloud storage and also collaborate on documents with others online Premium versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Out… Read more
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Dave_Conroy

This is for 6 devices tho so I'd say a fair deal, tho not outstanding. I search every year for a decent multi user deal and this is less than usual.

moneysavingbluebird

Would be a good deal except for the argos one coming out

MrAlbert

Cold. Almost constantly £40 for this at Argos.

nbgrobbo

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/microsoft-office-365-home-mcafee-total-protection-6-devices-for-3999-at-argos-free-cc-3405164

AnotherDave

Looked a good price but Argos deal just posted by another user with a cheaper price

Microsoft Office 365 Home & McAfee Total Protection 6 Device - £59.99 @ Argos
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Microsoft Office 365 Home & McAfee Total Protection 6 Device - £59.99 @ Argos
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Smash77

It depends on personal needs and convenience I am using Office 365 since many years and use One Drive storage as spare backup of all my data and I can access it from anywhere in the world from any devices. I don’t prefer to carry external hard drive everywhere with me.

fish323

Especially true given the price SSDs are now.

tapi

It's not for you then? A great deal (at the 40 quid tho) for those who understand it's usefulness though.

Proveright

Cloud storage is a marketing hype. MS operating systems all have back doors in them, (since Win XP) giving them a direct link in with cloud storage is the biggest confidence trick out there. No different than plugging a lead into your computer and letting the World view it. It just means you are giving someone else access to all your data and files. Much better to buy another hard drive and back up.

jyonda

Cloud storage is worth paying for. Some Skype minutes for international calls is also useful. I bought 2 of these on Christmas day for £39.99 each off of the Argos store on eBay. I've bought them before from there at that price so just keep an eye out and it'll probably drop again. You can stack them in the Microsoft account for a maximum of 5 years.

Microsoft Office 365 Home 1yr 6 user - £49.99 delivered @ Amazon
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Posted 27th Dec 2019Posted 27th Dec 2019
Microsoft Office 365 Home 1yr 6 user - £49.99 delivered @ Amazon
£49.99£79.9938%Amazon Deals
Get Microsoft Office 365 Home for 6 users for 1 year at Amazon. Price drop lasts until Midnight tonight. Electronic delivery if activation code.
nbgrobbo

It was a deal posted a couple of days ago

Kaos_KS

Perfect timing for me. I cancelled my.Amazon purchase and ordered at Argos. So thanks for the comment. Saved me and extra tenner. (y)

Jamie_Magee

Also if you've got kids they can probably get it free through school with their office 365 login

MrBrightside1987

Was weird timing - I bought the Argos one only a few seconds before your deal came up on my alerts!

Kaos_KS

Nice find.

Microsoft Office 365 Home & McAfee Total Protection 6 Device £39.99 Free Click & Collect @ Argos
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Microsoft Office 365 Home & McAfee Total Protection 6 Device £39.99 Free Click & Collect @ Argos
£39.99£59.9933%Argos Deals
Decent price for MS Office with 1TB One Drive cloud storage for 6 people. Get the installed applications you know and trust- Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher … Read more
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Jonathan1975

Back to £59.99 now.

Joynul

Great deal. I had been thinking of getting through work's HUP, where it's 1/3 off of 79.99. I was initially upset they stopped the 9.99 for Office Pro Plus. But the 1TB storage via 365 is worth it for me, taking into account myself, my wife, and my two sons. But this Argos offer equates to 83p per user per month for the 4 of us. Low stock now though, Managed to find one for collection not too far from my parent's.

toonnut

Yes but after the subscription runs out you'll have to pay again or download the lot onto a pc that would take days haha :D

PiiWii

And what if MS get hacked with ransomware attack? Just sayin'

PiiWii

They may take a copy of what is there but this is not the same as backing it up IMO. Anything could happen to your files (accidental deletion and subsequent emptying of recycle bin, malicious intervention etc). You cannot retrieve data from MS backups if it got deleted and then removed from recycle bin.

ASUS E406MA 14" Inch HD Cloudbook with Microsoft Office 365 (64 GB eMMC, 4 GB RAM, Windows 10 S) - £152.78 delivered @ Amazon
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ASUS E406MA 14" Inch HD Cloudbook with Microsoft Office 365 (64 GB eMMC, 4 GB RAM, Windows 10 S) - £152.78 delivered @ Amazon
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Good lightweight and thin Cloudbook from Asus with long battery life. Product title does state N3000 but specification section shows N4000 processor. The E406 is designed to h… Read more
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Masteryates

This CPU is low spec, even for a Chromebook, never mind a Windows 10 machine.

plewis00

Not sure what people expect for £150 brand new. You pay for a netbook, you get a netbook CPU with eMMC which is fine for the basics. You want something faster like a Ryzen 3 or 5 then pay £250-300 or you buy ex-lease and accept a used product.

Maskarova

I'm a big fan of the previous version because you could install an SSD in it and it's going strong after 4 years in a dusty workshop after taking a beating. Not sure this one can support SSD so I'm finally agreeing with Sam of London :D

sam_of_london

Coda Spirit much better and cheaper

coalfield

yes and the terrible CPU

Microsoft Office 365 Home up to 6 users for 1 year £49.33 @ Amazon
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Microsoft Office 365 Home up to 6 users for 1 year £49.33 @ Amazon
Microsoft Office 365 Home | up to 6 users | 1 year | PC/Mac | download - Cheapest I've seen it this year You can install this on up to 5 computers and share it with 5 other users,… Read more
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Masteryates

Maybe the case here, but in the USA, 60% of all schools now use Chromebooks which means Google Docs/Sheets etc. Made the switch a year ago now, and haven't looked back. Bye Micro$oft.

Masteryates

Yes, works will in Google Docs.

Dwpublic

Yep, this. If you/your child goes to www.office.com and they sign in with their school email address and their password, they’ll be able to download all the office apps from the landing page. First time you open one of the apps, sign in again and it’s activated. Ditto with the mobile apps for phones and tablets. Worth noting school IT admin staff have access to their OneDrive so if you’re going to use it, don’t save in there. HTH D

Proveright

And from the link "The recent versions of Microsoft Office require the user to connect to Microsoft servers at least every thirty-one days. Otherwise, the software will refuse to edit any documents or create new ones. It will be restricted to viewing and printing."

Proveright

"Rofl - no, there is no backdoor. Grow up." Read and learn : https://www.gnu.org/proprietary/malware-microsoft.en.html#back-doors

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