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Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by SilverSurf, Dec 3, 2018.

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  1. SilverSurf

    SilverSurf Thread Starter

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    Hello All - I want to buy MS Office but not 365, I would prefer 2010 or 2013 pro version. MS only want to sell me 365 but I am pretty certain I would be able to buy previous versions from somewhere, any suggestions please?

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  2. lochlomonder

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    I'm curious: why are you intent on buying old versions of Office? With 365, if you want to go the Personal route, it'll be cheap doing it monthly and you won't have to worry about staying up-to-date.

    Another alternate consideration, if MS Office isn't an imperative, is to have a look at LibreOffice as a free alternative.
     
  3. SilverSurf

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    Hello lochlomonder - because I believe paying a yearly subscription is only a digital download and not on a disk, so am concerned if I need to reinstall at any time, I mean do you have to pay again?

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    No, all one need to do is login to your MS account and it should allow you to reinstall.
    So. keep your magic key code numbers also.
     
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  5. SilverSurf

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    Hello DaveA - That's all I needed to know, now I will purchase a one year subscription for 365. Thanks again for your help.
     
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