Microsoft word non-commercial use with Office Standard


Brian W.

Recently upgrade from Office Home and Student to get away from
"non-commercial use" statement, but when I try and use new Office Standard
"N-CU" statement is still there. Should I have uninstalled HSE or is there
something else I need to do to get rid of this? Please help.

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Tony Jollans

It isn't really an upgrade and really is rather a wasted expense - unless
you *are* using it for commercial purposes. As far as I understand, yes, you
must uninstall HSE before installing a different version in order to get rid
of the message and there is no other way to do it.

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