Microsoft Offering 60-Day Trial of Office Pro Plus 2013

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jhansonxi

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LibreOffice doesn't have time limits. Good enough for most users but anyone who hasn't progressed past whitespace formatting of documents could just as easily use Notepad.
 
D'oh,

I already hear clients telephone me:

Client: My office doesn't work anymore, why, it's asking me a key..
Me: Ok, what version of office did you installed
Client: I don't know, it was already installed on my laptop.
Me:... (roll-eyes) Well you where using the trial version of office 2013, if you want to continue using it you have to buy it.
Client: What, the clerk told me windows came with my laptop.
Me: That's windows that is installed, office is a program you have to install. It doesn't come with windows. Windows is the program that make the computer run while office is a program to type text and so forth. It's made by the same company but two totally different usage.
Client:...... (probably all confused)
Me:If you had an older version of office we could still reinstall if it's not used on other computer.
Client: Yeah I guess we can do that...

Every time a new office come out that what happens ....
LOL btw i'll stick with office 2003 :p

 

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[citation][nom]Azn Cracker[/nom]damn it seems like they are updating office too much. i just got the 2010 version...[/citation]

If you literally just got Office 2010, you get a free upgrade to 2013: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/offer/
 
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It would be nice if they came out with a version of office that had reasonable HTML/CSS, as well as the ability to view in source mode.
 
[citation][nom]Azn Cracker[/nom]damn it seems like they are updating office too much. i just got the 2010 version...[/citation]
I wouldn't worry about it, unless it had some special features you need. Heck, I was using Office 2003 until 2010. It got the job done.
 

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[citation][nom]rachelsomer22[/nom]I'm making $86 an hour working from home. I was shocked when my neighbour told me she was averaging $95 but I see how it works now. I feel so much freedom now that I'm my own boss. This is what I do, http://nyan.cat[/citation]
Oh, you'll be shocked all right. **pulls out high voltage leads**
 

kellybean

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Thanks but no thanks, I will stick with the Ubuntu default, LibreOffice, free and available for all 3 platforms, Linux. OS X and Windows.
 

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Open office is free , but i really like office 2010 , and i am looking forward to office 2013, and i just get a key from getsoftwarekey.com, everything works fine now
 
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