Excel and Powerpoint

  cadx 23:31 21 Mar 2007
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I want to obtain these two softwares, can I download them or would I need to buy them from a Store.
Thanks in advance.

  cadx 23:32 21 Mar 2007

Sorry should have given you more details I am using Windows XPSP2...

  Z1100 00:13 22 Mar 2007

click here

OpenOffice is a fully fledged office application suite, complete with a word processor, spreadsheet and presentation graphics program.

Otherwise you would need to pay for MS Office.

Hanx!
K.

  cadx 01:35 22 Mar 2007

I do have microsoft Office Frontpage 2003 and microsoft Word...but want the have Power point and Excel on my computer too...I dont want trial versions as I want the real thing, just wondered if it would be better to buy or download if its possible, thank you.

  Kate B 11:13 22 Mar 2007

If you don't want the free OpenOffice as linked to above, you'll have to buy MS Office.

  cadx 02:26 23 Mar 2007

so if I buy ms office, powerpoint and excel will be included on that software too?

  cadx 02:29 23 Mar 2007

also if you could tell me what is the title of the most updated version please, so I can just ask, to save me looking at the backs to see if its suitable...thank you very much for your advice you have given me so far.

  VoG II 07:44 23 Mar 2007
  Belatucadrus 11:33 23 Mar 2007

PCAdvisor and PCPro have trial versions of Office 2007 professional on their May issue cover disks.

  cadx 19:41 23 Mar 2007

thank you all very much for your information, I have decided to find the cheapest Microsoft Office Professional 2007 on line. Thanks again.

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