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Microsoft Office 2007 problem!

JaysonFourJaysonFour Classy Monster KittehRegistered User regular
edited September 2007 in Help / Advice Forum
My sister needs MSOffice 2007 for some of her college classes, but the only version we can find is the one that doesn't have Access 2007 in it. She just checked with her instructor, and yep, she needs Access. Is there any possibility we can pick up a copy of Access seperately and buy the cheap copy, or should my sister get used to pulling some long nights over in the college's computer lab?


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    edited September 2007
    Yes, you can mix and match. You can buy Office 2007 Student from for $120 and Access 2007 for $200. This is pretty expensive, though. She should go to her college bookstore and ask them if they can get her an educational discount on Office 2007 Professional, which is the package that includes Access.

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    KMFurDMKMFurDM Registered User, ClubPA regular
    edited September 2007
    It really isn't too much of a problem... ;-)

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