Where to buy Powerpoint cheaply?

  flick 23:30 14 Feb 2004

I have XP Office which came with the computer and includes Word, Excel, Outlook and Publisher but not Powerpoint. Is it possible to buy PP as an add-on at a reasonable price? The offer for students/teachers seems to apply to the whole Office suite.

  ch0pper 03:55 15 Feb 2004

Here for £76 click here

  powerless 07:26 15 Feb 2004

Thats the upgrade = cheaper

click here

  ensonricky 14:19 15 Feb 2004

If eligible it would still be far cheaper to purchase the Students Office suite and use Powerpoint from there.

  tenplus1 14:47 15 Feb 2004
  Belatucadrus 20:22 15 Feb 2004

The OpenOffice presentations can be saved as Powerpoint and it's very easy to use, add in that it's free and the only downside is that as part of the complete suite the download is a bit big.

  flick 23:28 15 Feb 2004

Many thanks for all the input. We are eligble for a student licence - 2 students in the family - I was hoping that I could get PP as an add-on since we have all the the other parts of the suite.

Thank you v much for the OpenOffice info tenplus1 and Belaticadrus. I hadn't heard about it before and the compatibility with MS Office could be very useful.

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