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Upgrading Frontpage 2002

Discussion in 'Software Development' started by ksuwyldkat, Dec 13, 2001.

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  1. ksuwyldkat

    ksuwyldkat Thread Starter

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    I am about to take a class on Frontpage. The class requires FP 2000, I currently have FP 98.

    I looked around and found that to get the upgrade to 2000 is the same as the FP 2002. Just wanting to know if I should just get the 2002 or what. Also if anyone knows any places to get a good Academic priced version, that would be helpful.
     
  2. jbcalg

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    try checking with the course instructor or school/college/univ whether it makes a difference
    - 2002 is probably just as good as 2000 for the limited amount you'll get in the class (not knockin the course but few courses get into a lot of depth with software - they like to spread the pain out over many courses)
    -also check with them for acad. pricing

    here's MS' reseller locator
    http://www.microsoft.com/education/default.asp?ID=AERFind
     
  3. ksuwyldkat

    ksuwyldkat Thread Starter

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    Thanks,

    I will probably get the 2002. I will need it for some of the other classes, trying to get another degree.

    I checked the MS site and found a couple places nearby.
     
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