New MS Office has no disk, You have a key to download. Make mistakes/lose money. Opinions?
Ah, everything is in favor of businesses making more money and reducing expenses...at the expense of consumers. I'm usually careful when I input keys anyway and haven't had issues yet, but I can only imagine my anger if I did. I've never liked this idea, I know the business reasons behind it, but I have never liked it for the exact reasons you state.
by Emmanuel Marosi 4 years ago
Which do you prefer, MS Office 2013 or MS Office 365?Would you choose MS Office 365 over MS Office 2013?
by dappledesigns 7 years ago
Have you used openoffice.org instead of MS Office?openoffice is a free software download that is similar to MS Office software. Have you ever used it, and if so what are your thoughts on it?
by Beth100 7 years ago
How does CITRIX work?What is the logic behind the programming and how does it interface with other platforms? I am not asking about the corporation. I am trying to understand the logistics of the program in the same way that a user learns to use MS Office and the likes. Is it a...
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