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Topic # 11572 31-Jan-2007 10:25
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Can anyone help me find an online copy of the EULA for academic versions of office 2007 and vista?

I have looked myself but cannot find anything, I know that they exist for office 2003 and xp.

Also if anyone knows the url for the governments enterpretation of the agreement that would be a help too!

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  Reply # 59338 31-Jan-2007 11:13
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yeah ive tried that but its got nothing about the academic versions, i realise that this will probably vary from country to country, but they managed to have an online copy for office 2003 so i was hoping that theyll do the same for 2007 and vista

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  Reply # 59343 31-Jan-2007 11:28
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Give it some time. I don't think there are academic versions yet.



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  Reply # 59349 31-Jan-2007 11:44
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there are academic versions being sold as week speek, they are only upgrades but they are still academics.

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  Reply # 59350 31-Jan-2007 11:47
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I stand corrected.

What are you trying to find out from the EULA? A specific restriction?

Would the government actually have a commentary on the EULA and if so, this soon?



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  Reply # 59353 31-Jan-2007 11:57
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Yes, i want to find you who can and cannot buy the software, and how many pc's it is able to be used on. Some verions of office allow for one main PC and two others aslong as they are all based in the same household.

Aparently they have, but it would be good to know if it was 2003 and xp, or if it is 2007 and vista?

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  Reply # 59355 31-Jan-2007 11:59
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I know academic Windows will only allow you to install on one PC. Not sure about Office.

I doubt the Gov. has even thought about Vista, the document will probably be dated.

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