Microsoft Office 2013 pricing and packages announced

Jos

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Microsoft has announced pricing details for its upcoming Office 2013 packages as well as the subscription rates for the cloud-based Office 365. Interestingly, the company seems to be steering customers towards the latter, saying the online solution will be updated...

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ReederOnTheRun

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Apple needs to develop an office suite to bring these prices down. Until then I'll have to see how Libre Office does.
 

MilwaukeeMike

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The other day I realized I was using office 2007 instead of 2010. I couldn't even tell because they look pretty similar. What's new about 2013?
 

waterytowers

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MS Office is purely a business suite, I haven't used it at home for more than 5 years, OpenOffice, now Libre Office is perfectly good for writing documentation. Even at work I mostly edit documents in Libre Office. Someone else creates the document templates using MS Office and I just edit. My work MS Office license is mostly a waste of money, but corporates don't like to hear that...
 
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Office 2007 mainstream support ends October 2017, which leaves me just five years at most to decide what to do next: stick with it or wait till Office 2017 (unless everything has moved to the cloud) :D