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Recession-buster: Two ways to buy full Microsoft Office 2007 (legally) for under $50

OEM, student, military and corporate home use options mean huge discounts for many

By Eric Lai March 6, 2009

Microsoft Office 2007 isn't cheap. The full standard edition lists for $399, with other editions range between $149 and $499.

Besides rare promotions like last year's "Ultimate Steal," Microsoft will discount its lowest-end edition, Office Home and Student 2007, to under $100 during back-to-school and Christmas seasons.

That edition, different than Microsoft's separate academic editions (more on that later), is available to anyone. But it lacks Outlook e-mail, a key feature for many folks.

So let's say you're still weighing a move to Office 2007. However, a) you can't imagine paying full or even upgrade price when there free, worthy alternatives such as Google Docs, Lotus Symphony,, ThinkFree, Zoho, and others abound; and B) you don't want to wait until next year, when Microsoft launches Office 14 and will, as senior vice-president Chris Capossela confirmed this week, offer at least one version of Office 14 via the Web for free?

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