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WoooofWoooof Well-KnownRegistered Posts: 174
Hi,

Looking for Microsoft Office 2010 for myself and wondered if anyone knew where I can get a student copy for a discounted price? :D

Thanks!

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  • taskeytaskey Font Of All Knowledge Registered Posts: 1,800
    http://www.software4students.co.uk/?gclid=CPzN66SZ06oCFRk03wodnVR11Q

    a few people on here have used these before

    tracy
  • katie2008katie2008 Trusted Regular Registered Posts: 294
    How about Open Office??

    it does everything Microsoft Office does, just for free?

    I know times are hard for a lot of people, just trying to save a few hundred for you :)

    got it on my computer and I am happy with it.
  • Sulew17Sulew17 Well-Known Registered Posts: 174
    Ms Office 2010 is approx £38 on software4students.co.uk (see above link)
  • PrimblePrimble Experienced Mentor Registered Posts: 734
    do we qualify for it?
  • Sulew17Sulew17 Well-Known Registered Posts: 174
    Anyone that's a student or the parent of a student at school/college/uni can buy from them.
  • PrimblePrimble Experienced Mentor Registered Posts: 734
    so how about aat distant learning?
  • taskeytaskey Font Of All Knowledge Registered Posts: 1,800
    yes you qualify as you are a student, no matter if you are distance learning or not.

    Tracy
  • PGMPGM Font Of All Knowledge Registered Posts: 1,954
    How can you prove it? Sometimes you need to email them from a education providers email account.
  • taskeytaskey Font Of All Knowledge Registered Posts: 1,800
    when you register there is a dropdown list and AAT comes up with a postcode, just checked it for AAT and CIMA are both there

    The Key Facts About Eligibility.


    1. All School, College, University students and their family members are eligible!

    2.No Student ID required for Microsoft Software*:As an Official Microsoft Partner, our offers extend beyond academic email address holders so that any family member or guardian can buy on behalf of a pupil or student.

    *All licensees' must be Qualified Education Users (i.e. students or their parents or guardians)

    hope that helps

    tracy
  • PrimblePrimble Experienced Mentor Registered Posts: 734
    Yay :)
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