economical 'commercial" use WORD program


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pythagoras

what is the name of the most economical WORD program to go to for commercial
use ? And is it possible to upgrade to that commercial program from a MS WORD
program that is part of MS office Home and student edition 2007?
 
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grammatim

You could download OpenOffice for free. It works very like Word and
can save in the Word .doc format.
 
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Bob Buckland ?:-\)

Hi Pythagoras,

With the exception of the Home & Student edition with its 3 computer license, all of the other retail Microsoft Office 2007
products, which allow 2 machine installs for the same person, remove the 'non-commercial' restriction.
http://office.microsoft.com/suites

You may want to check with local schools as well, sometimes enrolling in a college level course or even some extension courses will
allow you to obtain Office products through the school/bookstore at discount prices (but check for any limits on their licenses).

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what is the name of the most economical WORD program to go to for commercial
use ? And is it possible to upgrade to that commercial program from a MS WORD
program that is part of MS office Home and student edition 2007?<<
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Bob Buckland ?:)
MS Office System Products MVP

*Courtesy is not expensive and can pay big dividends*
 

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