The ultimate steal

  sidecar sid 20:09 13 Sep 2007

Microsoft office ultimate 2007 £38.95 for qualifying students.
click here

  Why wont it work 11:55 14 Sep 2007

Oh how I love being a student, you get cheap stuff :)

My uni (Uni of B'ham) sells the same thing for £80, and I thought that was cheap!

  scotty 12:47 14 Sep 2007

Good price but for most students OpenOffice will meet their needs for free.

  techie4me 14:32 14 Sep 2007

I still use Office 2000 and it works fine.
The only + point would be Outlook2007 apart from that the average user will not find much difference in the general way they use the product.

And yes Scotty OpenOffice is free and is on par with MS Office.

  silverous 14:34 14 Sep 2007

Why wont it work> All the more to spend at the Selly Sausage :)

  Mike D 15:57 14 Sep 2007


is the Selly Soak still there?

  Why wont it work 17:10 14 Sep 2007

I have no idea what the Selly Sausage is... that's probably a sin.

But we live in Edgbaston, so we have Broad St :)

  Mike D 17:12 14 Sep 2007

There's posh for you, I'm currently sat in Handsworth Wood, running a training session.

  freaky 20:41 14 Sep 2007

There are a number of suppliers offering Student versions of MS Office including Novatech & Cisco.

You can use it with up to 3-PC's, but beware as some are old versions of Office. The packages are limited in their content, but you don't have to be a student to purchase.

  doodlez 13:39 01 Oct 2007

got recommended this by my kids school, you don't need a e-mail and it's available to everyone thought it was a good price

click here

  interzone55 17:29 01 Oct 2007

That website is not registered to MS, so I doubt this is a genuine offer.

I have many happy memories of clearing a hangover with a Selly Sausage Big Breakfast. Perhaps I shouldn't have been drinking the dodgy beer in the OVT.

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