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The difference between Vista and Office
One of the challenges in retail is when customers buy a PC with Windows on it and think they also have Microsoft Office. They get home all excited to write their first letter on Word and find to their dismay that it isn't installed. From their point of view, they bought a PC with Microsoft...
9 Jul 2008
last few days for university students and staff to get Office Ultimate 2007 for £38.95
In case you missed the nearly unbelievable promotion we have running for uni students and teachers at www.theultimatesteal.co.uk you only have till Weds night this week to take advantage of it before it closes. If you are a student, tell your friends, this is a great offer. Some people got...
28 Apr 2008
Microsoft, we like you in your Dad jumper, just get off the dance floor
We thought we'd reach out to students with the incredible offer that became www.theultimatesteal.co.uk . If you are not familiar with it - for anyone with a .ac.uk email address, you can get the Ultimate version of Microsoft Office (yes the one that normally costs £650 or so) for £38.95. ...
5 Dec 2007
Why does Home and Student edition not include Outlook?
Good question in today from Andrew Balgarnie - if you have a question or something you'd like me to comment on or look into just use the email link on the header. He says " Given how much you sing the praises of oneNote / outlook integration why doesn't the home / student office bundle include outlook...
23 Oct 2007
I have love for you if you were born in the eighties
I find myself morbidly drawn to my own impending obsolescence. When I joined Microsoft at the age of 26, the average age was 26. Now that I'm 36, the average age is now 36. Perhaps that's because nobody ever leaves Microsoft, they just get old? And so being mr off the peg Microsoft, I am something of...
18 Sep 2007
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