Thursday, October 30, 2008

Office 2007 Ultimate

When Microsoft does something stupid, I am not afraid to call them out on it.

However, they've done something really really good at the moment, especially as far as the students of PCCC are concerned. Microsoft is making the Ultimate version of their Office 2007 software - which includes not only Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, but also Publisher, Outlook, Access, and a few others - available at a low price.

The retail price is around $600 - and for students at schools including ours, the price is $59.95, for a legal, full copy of Office 2007. Compare this to the Student and Home edition of Office 2007, which only has Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and goes for $150 retail.

The site linked below does not list how long this offer is good for, but if you were considering buying a copy of Office 2007, here is the best (legal) deal you will ever find.

Web Link:
    (Note that even though this is not at, it redirects immediately to a Microsoft Web site - and I did get a letter directly from Microsoft about this, so I trust it)


Anonymous said...

"All good things come to those that wait."

Anonymous said...

I bought this product from the web link given. For Office Ultimate, a back-up CD, and shipping & handeling it cost $73.00.It works well and well worth the money, you wont find a better deal.
Don Carter