Microsoft Office without subscription?

  SURVEY 13:06 16 Feb 15

Iam thinkig of buying a small notebook running Windows as I require that operating system to edit a particular website. I presently use MS Office 2013 and need Word, Excel and Publisher. I understand that I cannot transfer this from my present laptop to a notebook. Can one actually purchase this outright or is MS now forcing us to buy via 365 on amonthly or yearly subscription?

  onthelimit1 13:53 16 Feb 15

Looks as though Office 365 is an annual subscription, but Office 2013 is a once-only payment.

An example here.

  bumpkin 13:58 16 Feb 15

This may suit your requirements click here dealt with them myself.


  onthelimit1 15:03 16 Feb 15

Blimey Bumpkin - that's a deal and a half!

  bumpkin 16:52 16 Feb 15

Possibly too good to be true though.

  bumpkin 16:56 16 Feb 15

NOT dealt with them myself!! The link put my Not on the bottom of the page, I hope that has not mislead OP.

  bumpkin 16:59 16 Feb 15

Having had a closer look at this, I think I would steer clear.

  SURVEY 17:21 16 Feb 15

Thanks Bumpkin but seems and probably is too good to be true! Yes 2013 would be fine.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 17:52 16 Feb 15

Don't see why you cannot transfer as long as its removed from old machine it should activate on new machine.

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