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Office Professional & Licencing help please


Audio~~Chip

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I need to buy office professional for my son who requires it or his homework it must have the Access and Publisher included reason why I choos Professional.

I have seen the University package but I don't think the licence aggrement you have to go through for activation would work as he is at a School and not a college yet. The school does have a computer department which they call a Computer IT College but its just a dedicated suite in the school so I see it as not been offical.

Does any forum user happen to know of any sugestions how i could get arround this so I wouldn't have to pay the £350 ish package or maybe suggest another way?

Really greatfull for any guidance.

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rdave13

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No idea if this will help but found this through Google, sounds too good to be true.

You'll have to study the caveats. G'luck.

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retep888™

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click here for Software4Students

Microsoft Office 2010 Professional Plus click here

Who is Eligible? click here

Please check & research the site carefully before any purchase.

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spuds

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Usually any 'educational establishment' will be accepted for student offers. Perhaps a chat with the school's IT person will resolve any issues?.

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Audio~~Chip

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Excellent rdave13, & M8T retep888 ! & spuds also

Looks good to me so thank U guys ! another problem sorted.

Cheers Steven

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