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MS Office 2010 Starter


sunnystaines

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Did not know such a free MS office program existed till I saw on the PCA home page, was about to get office 2010 home edition, now saved some money by using this free version seems to have all the needs for a home user. [remember to run updates after install]

thank you pca for the useful article and download link. I am sure many other pca readers will find it handy too.

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sunnystaines

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please delete duplicate post, been getting a lot of problems with pca freezing up on my computer

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Woolwell

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It's supposed to be OEM only MS Starter 2010

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Woolwell

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PS it carries ads.

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sunnystaines

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woolwell

installed ok on a w7 netbook, minor ms ads bottom right cornor of screen. word,excel,seem like the real thing excel as the addup button and you can still set formulas in the cells and many pages in a work sheet I have copied several files over and all work ok nothing i need seems to be missing, not done anything in word yet but looked ok to when i had a browse around it. saved me forking out for a new home edition. now thinking of replacing office 2002 with it too on the other computer as we only use word & excel.

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