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Microsoft Office 2010

 

Whether you're a home user, a business user or a student, chances are that you're familiar with Microsoft Office. It's the ultimate tool for those looking to create spreadsheets, write documents, and design presentations, getting better and even more useful with each installment.

2010 brings with it the next edition in the Microsoft Office series, Microsoft Office 2010. But that doesn't mean you have to wait around twiddling your thumbs for its release, because Microsoft are offering a FREE Office 2010 upgrade to those who purchase Office 2007 between now and September 30 2010.

With the Office 2010 Technology Guarantee you can have the best of both worlds, enjoying Office 2007 today and then easily upgrading to Office 2010 on release. It really is as simple as it sounds.

The upgrade you'll receive is dependent on the version of Office 2007 you purchase. Here at the full details:

 

QUALIFYING PRODUCT UPGRADE PRODUCT
Microsoft Office Home and Student 2007 Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010
Microsoft Office Basic 2007 Microsoft Office Home and Business 2010
Microsoft Office Small Business 2007 Microsoft Office Professional 2010
Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Microsoft Office Professional 2010
Microsoft Office Ultimate 2007 Microsoft Office Professional 2010

 



How The Technology Guarantee Works

All you have to do is follow these three easy steps:

  • Purchase qualifying Office 2007 product between March 5, 2010 and September 30, 2010.
  • Activate Office 2007 by September 30, 2010.
  • Download Office 2010 free at www.office.com/techg when Office 2010 is available or order a DVD for a fee.

Microsoft Office can help you organize, access, and track financial information, create dynamic presentations and documents,
and manage home projects.

With the free Office 2010 upgrade, there is no reason to delay your purchase of Office 2007.

You can check out all the eligible versions of Office 2007 below.

 



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