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Old 03-08-2010, 06:01 PM
FauxAsian FauxAsian is offline Which Version of Office 2007 to Buy? Windows Vista Which Version of Office 2007 to Buy? Office 2007
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I qualify for academic pricing on Office software and right now Office Standard and Professional Suite are being offered at a cheaper price than the Student and Home Edition. My question is whether the basic programs--excel, word, and powerpoint--change from Office Standard 2007 to Office Professional Suite 2007 to Office Student & Home Edition 2007? Why buy one over the other?
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You get additional programs like Publisher that the student edition does not offer. Check out the features on each one to see if you need them. The reason they have a student pack is because it is suitable for most students.
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