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Take a test drive - Keep the Car!

Take a test drive - Keep the Car!

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Thumbs up Take a test drive - Keep the Car!

Microsoft offer you a "test drive" so that you can see what Microsoft Office 2007 might look like when it finally goes on sale.

The Community invite you to go one better - download real 2 software today for a test drive. If you like it, use it free for as long as you like. We say it's the ultimate no-strings-attached test drive - if you enjoy the test drive, keep the car!
  • Like MS-Office, 2 is a complete office suite, with a word processor, spreadsheet, presentations, drawing, and database.
  • Like MS-Office, 2 will happily use all your existing office files in MS-Word, MS-Excel, and MS-Powerpoint format
  • Unlike MS-Office, 2 is free of charge to use for any purpose: domestic, educational, government, commercial
  • Unlike MS-Office, you don't have to worry that you may be taken to court to prove you have a valid licence
  • Unlike MS-Office, 2 includes valuable extra features, such as the ability to create pdf files
  • Unlike changing to MS-Office 2007, changing to 2 does not require you to learn how to use your software all over again. Indeed, reports have shown migration to 2 is 90% cheaper than migrating to MS-Office 2007.
So, why waste time "test-driving" an artist's impression of MS-Office 2007, when you can test drive the real alternative today - 2.

So what are you waiting for? It costs nothing to try. If you like it, 2 costs nothing to use for as long as you like, wherever you like. Everything you need from office software, at no cost.

Take a test drive - get today!

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By Jormin on 06-28-2006, 01:21 PM
Lightbulb I agree, OpenOffice.Org Rules!

I can testify to this. I have been using OpenOffice for almost three years now. It is not only a better alternative to MS-Office but it is better and should be your first choice. I enjoy OpenOffice so much everytime I see the Word icon at work I want to do something evil.
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