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Microsoft Office 2016 : $9.95 through Home Use Program

wunderdrug 93 259 October 7, 2015 at 12:34 PM in Windows Software (7)

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Last Edited by Shorted October 7, 2015 at 03:06 PM
Office Professional Plus 2016 (Windows) or Office Home and Business 2016 for Mac is now available through the Microsoft Home Use Program (HUP) at:

Your company must be registered with the program and you must have an e-mail address/program code with your company to qualify.
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Last Edited by OR_Lee October 8, 2015 at 12:57 PM
Employees can download and install their Office product on one device.

Office Home and Business 2016 for Mac includes: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote.

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I miss the days of facebook email that worked for this
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How many instalaations do this license allow?
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and while this is a deal per se...its something that your employer advises you of....not something you find out on slickdeals. my 2 cents
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Is this the real deal? Are there any catches? I put in my work email and it says I qualified. I wouldn't mind replacing my Office 2011 for Mac with 2016.
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I just bought one with my school email.
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its useless.. since the license expires either your company terminates the microsoft volume licensing contract OR you are no more with that company.
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I just bought one with my school email.
U prob could of got a free office 365
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Availed of this HUP with the 2010 and 2013 versions. I'll have to check my work email when I go back to work tomorrow.
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Anybody tried 2016? How does it compare to 2013?
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They get worse every new version.
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I agree to the Digital River's Terms and Conditions and consent to Digital River sending my personal information to Microsoft Corporation. I understand that Microsoft will use my information in conformance with their Privacy Policy Statement. I further understand and agree that my personal information will be transferred to the Digital River and Microsoft groups in the United States or other countries that may have less protective data protection laws then the region in which I am situated (including the European Union).
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#14 addresses work, can get Project or Visio 2016 for an additional $9.95
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Quote from lacedup View Post :
U prob could of got a free office 365
Yeap, I already have, but this one will stay with me after I graduate..
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