Cheap MS Office?

  Will Hs 19:26 29 Jul 2007

Can anyone recommend somewhere to pick up MS Office cheap? (my partner doesn't like Open Office unfortunately - shame, it would have been much cheaper!)

  Technotiger 20:23 29 Jul 2007

No such thing - unless you can find one on eBay.

  Will Hs 20:50 29 Jul 2007

Has anyone had experience using Pugh? I've seen it recommended in a discussion from the archives...

  Totally-braindead 20:53 29 Jul 2007

They so educational versions only don't they?

And if you qualify for the educational version Amazon are cheaper click here

  Totally-braindead 20:54 29 Jul 2007

so = do sorry

  octal 20:56 29 Jul 2007

It's still £79, click here can't you persuade your partner to rethink?

Why doesn't your partner like OpenOffice?

  Totally-braindead 20:56 29 Jul 2007

Consider click here

  Technotiger 20:59 29 Jul 2007

A shame your partner does not like Open Office, it is just about as good as MS Office and it is Free.
I have just installed it on a friends pc, she had a trial copy of MS Office which is just about to expire. My friend likes Open Office - and the thing is, it is fully compatible with MS Office.

click here

  Will Hs 22:11 29 Jul 2007

Yeah, I've got it on my pc, I'm really impressed with it. I think for her she doesn't like searching around for functions when she knows where to find them in Word. I think its just a case of needing time to get used to it...

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