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Other than Amazon, does anybody know any suppliers that sell Office 2007 Pro? I'd go with Office 2010, but it's like $200 more. Thanks in advance.
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Have you look at Office Home and Business 2010 , Word, Excel , Outlook, Publisher and Note, it cost $ 249 for 1 pc and $ 349 for 2 PC , the main difference with the pro is the missing access and powerpoint if you don't need it , I say that because they change a lot the thing include since 2003.

http://www7.buyoffice.microsoft.com/...B2011_Products
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Have you look at Office Home and Business 2010 , Word, Excel , Outlook, Publisher and Note, it cost $ 249 for 1 pc and $ 349 for 2 PC , the main difference with the pro is the missing access and powerpoint if you don't need it , I say that because they change a lot the thing include since 2003.

http://www7.buyoffice.microsoft.com/...B2011_Products
Nice! Thanks, I didn't even know you could get 2010 that cheap! Positive rep. for you. Thanks again.
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http://www.memoryexpress.com/Promos/...lisher.cm.aspx

http://www.memoryexpress.com/Category/OfficeSuites

http://ncix.com/products/?sku=53919&...ture=Microsoft

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Argh...could have got a free printer. Thanks for the links.
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If you look at the open source market. I really like Libreoffice. Looks and feels just like MSOFFICE. It does not have an email program. You could use Thunderbird for that.
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If you look at the open source market. I really like Libreoffice. Looks and feels just like MSOFFICE. It does not have an email program. You could use Thunderbird for that.
Yeah Libreoffice is nice; but it has a fairly steep learning curve for end-users, and it just doesn't preserve proper .DOCX formatting in a lot of cases. I use it myself, but I hesitate to recommend it to clients who are somewhat computer illiterate. I've had too many bad experiences transferring people to OpenOffice (now LibreOffice). It is good software though. Once you get to know how to use it, it's pretty easy.
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