microsoft word

  Baskerville 11:31 07 Feb 2009
Locked

Hi everyone

Can anyone point me to a free or trial version of Microsoft word any edition will do.

Thanks
Baskerville

  Marko797 11:35 07 Feb 2009

if u go to microsoft site then I'm sure u can dl a 60 day trial. click here

  Diodorus Siculus 11:56 07 Feb 2009

If the above doesn't suit, you could try Abiword from click here which is an excellent alternative.`

  Taff™ 11:57 07 Feb 2009

If you just want a word processor that will open and save Microsoft Word Documents try OpenOffice click here No point in having a trial version of Office when this one is free.

  Strawballs 12:23 07 Feb 2009

As Taff™ has said in the latest PCA magazine there is a very favourable write up on Open Office 3.0 which is compatable with Word

  Baskerville 13:24 11 Feb 2009

Mark797,

We downloaded the 60 day trial but when we apply the activation key it just comes back with the message that the 60 day trial has elapsed and expired??
Don't know what is going on with that then, We are trying to borrow a legitamate Word and put it on this computer,

Many thanks,

Baskerville.

  Taff™ 16:39 11 Feb 2009

"We are trying to borrow a legitamate Word" - err ...borrow? I think you`ll find that you need to buy a licence otherwise it`s anything but legitimate. Save yourself some grief. Follow my link to OpenOffice. It`s entirely compatible with MS Word and FREE!

  Sara K 17:35 11 Feb 2009

OpenOffice is really good and free.

  Sara K 17:37 11 Feb 2009

You can get OpenOffice at Filehippo.com too

This thread is now locked and can not be replied to.

Elsewhere on IDG sites

Best phone camera 2017

Stunning new film posters by Hattie Stewart, Joe Cruz & more

iPad Pro 10.5in (2017) review

28 astuces pour profiter au mieux de votre iPhone