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Topic # 12705 1-Apr-2007 02:31
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What's the difference between
Microsoft Office 2007 Professional Academic NZ$399
and
Microsoft Office 2007 Professional NZ$1149
?





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  Reply # 66403 5-Apr-2007 08:11
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So are the features identical then?

Or does the academic version have fewer?

 
 
 
 




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Reply # 66427 5-Apr-2007 11:45
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Thanks for that Microsoft Reference page, I'd been trying to find it for some time.
But ... if you note there's no actual column for Office 2007 Academic edition to enable comparisons.

I've mentioned in my blog post at
http://scio-sphere.blogspot.com/2007/04/ms-office-goes-academic.html
that I had checked the box labels in stores and it seems the only difference is price.  Laughing



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  Reply # 66433 5-Apr-2007 11:58
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There is no difference in features for the academc and non academic versions. You must be a student or teacher to buy it and you cannot use the products for commercial purposes.

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