difference between software editions

  la la 10:54 23 Oct 2008
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Could someone tell me the difference between a business edition and a student and teachers editions of microsoft software ?. If I bought a business edition would it be alright for using for academic level ?

  birdface 11:06 23 Oct 2008

The price probably.

  Clapton is God 13:00 23 Oct 2008

"would it be alright for using for academic level ?"

Define "academic level".

To a certain extent buteman is correct in his response, in that the Student and Teacher edition is usually cheaper than a Business edition.

However, to 'legally' use a Student and Teacher edition, that's what you have to be - a student or a teacher or otherwise involved in education.

  Clapton is God 13:01 23 Oct 2008

"would it be alright for using for academic level ?"

Define "academic level".

To a certain extent buteman is correct in his response, in that the Student and Teacher edition is usually cheaper than a Business edition.

However, to 'legally' use a Student and Teacher edition, that's what you have to be - a student or a teacher or otherwise involved in education.

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