Discounted Microsoft Office

#2
Yup - £18 for the all singing, all dancing top version of MS Office Enterprise 2007. I've got the Intranet address at work and if no-one else has come up with it by tomorrow I'll try and remember to write it down and pm you.

Don
 
#5
msr said:
http://www.publicservice.co.uk/pdf/dmj/issue28/DMJ28%200208%20GrahMaynard%20ATL.pdf

This one?

Don, better to post it in this thread.

msr
That's the one.

One of the options - I think it's the home use programme - produces the full Office version and gives a price of £18. I'm looking at the box now, and it includes the 2007 versions of Word, Excel, Powerpoint,Outlook, Publisher, Access, OneNote, InfoPath and Groove. If you find a higher price then keep searching because the £18 version is on there. You'll need to register and get a password then, once you have ordered, the product is posted to you in a couple of weeks.

Best wishes

Don
 

Gook

Old-Salt
#7
is it not theultimatesteal.com?

or .net or .co.uk or whatever...
 
#8
The links to the intranet site that offers the cut-price deal are in the left half of the document MSR kindly linked to, above.

Don
 
#9
Just had a look and am about to buy but I have one question; the literature states that you must have service pack 2 (SP2) if running Windows XP - not the most IT person in the world so what is this and how do I tell if I have it?

Actually that's two questions but would be grateful for the answers :D
 

luke

War Hero
#10
electric_citizen said:
Just had a look and am about to buy but I have one question; the literature states that you must have service pack 2 (SP2) if running Windows XP - not the most IT person in the world so what is this and how do I tell if I have it?

Actually that's two questions but would be grateful for the answers :D

Go to your Desktop, right click 'My Computer' and select Properties. It should say on the right-hand side what Operating system you are running and what service pack.
 
G

Goku

Guest
#11
Any chance someone could post a price list or screen dump of what they have on offer for the STABs amongst us who cant get on DII during office hours and often don’t have time on a drill night?
 
#13
I ordered 2007 enterprise a few months back for £18 and it arrived a few weeks later. Very impressive I must say, plus I managed to install it on more than 1 system using the same disk, registered it on both and can use updates on both.

So for £18 I have got the latest full Office suite for 2 systems - definite money saver.

You will really have the visit the website to see what they offer though as they have lots of different menus depending on which scheme you register for.
 
#14
On the site now, registered, cannot see anything for £18, has this been withdrawn or is it under a specific area, all office packages are £100+, the only thing for less than £30 is the One Note Home and Student, even the Home and Student Office is £60.48?

Another link anyone?
 
#15
Use the link for Home use not Microsoft Products
 

AlienFTM

MIA
Book Reviewer
#16
wooger said:
I heard that on DII you can get discounted MS Office products. Anyone have any details.

Thanks in advance
1. MS are struggling with Vista as PC manufacturers revert to shipping XP machines.

2. MS are struggling with Office as ISO keep voting not to make MS's proprietary XML a standard, because the open source arena has a better standard, even though MS have tried dirty tricks to win the vote at ISP.

3. MS owe an absolute fortune (AFAIK increasing daily) to the EU in unpaid fines.

4. www.openoffice.org offers a FREE alternative to MS Orifice.

5. So MS make sure that the latest version of Orifice is compatible with NOTHING else (as I discovered this morning when I tried to open an Excel 2007 document).

Out, dummy, spit.

Orifice bargepole touch don't.
 

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