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Yeah, good question. Why is the amount reported by MyBB more than the one quoted on the site?
Yes, that is how i understand it. You can also use the applications online through a web browser if are using a PC that does not have the office installed locally. You will have to download the installation files.So a question just to get this cristal clear. if I buy 365 would I have word, excel, outlook etc installed on my pc as programs like they currently are with my office 2007, or does everything work through a browser on the internet?
If so and you have 4 laptops in a household like in my current situation, the R700 or whatever per year is actually not a bad deal.
They probably don't, it will just be locked to that user account, so a little bit difficult to give your username and password to those you want to let use it. Same thing as Apple software I guess.How does Microsoft enforce the 1 household rule? Do all active connections have to go through the same internet connection?
Well I'm just thinking about my in laws, they wouldn't know how to do anything with my credentials. They are my neighbours just not the same addressThey probably don't, it will just be locked to that user account, so a little bit difficult to give your username and password to those you want to let use it. Same thing as Apple software I guess.
I'm in the same situation....Dear Mr. Rootshtain, I purchased MS Office Home & Buisness in November and registered for the free upgrade to Office 2013. Trying to download I get the following error:
<012913> If you think you have received this message in error, contact a Microsoft Customer Support representative.
Please rectify the problem or you will lose paying customers.
went to the MS 2013 page again, but it doesn't give me the option to download 2013 - it wants to install it for me and I'm not having that...Nope