Microsoft Office Home and Business 2013  (1PC/1User) [Download]

Microsoft Office Home and Business 2013  (1PC/1User) [Download]

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Microsoft Office 2013

Product Description

Office Home & Business 2013 is designed to help you create and communicate faster with new, time-saving features and a clean, modern look. Plus, you can save your documents in the cloud on SkyDrive and access them virtually anywhere. Office Home & Business 2013 Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote plus Outlook on one PC. Office Home & Business 2013 is designed to help you create and organize faster with time saving features and a clean, modern look. Plus, you can save your documents in the cloud

Details

  • Product download occurs on Office.com. Details about the download process are listed below.
  • The latest versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Access, and Publisher.
  • One time purchase for the life of your PC; limited to one “licensed computer” at a time and transfer eligibility restrictions apply.
  • NOTE: Does not include Publisher or Access.
  • NOTE: Windows XP and Vista NOT supported. This product requires Windows 7 or newer operating systems.

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What happens if i cancel microsoft office?

I have installed the trial version of microsoft office 2013 but i don’t want to pay for the monthly cost. If i uninstall the program via control panel will i have to pay for the monthly cost?

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Microsoft Office 2013
While the standalone version of Microsoft Office 2013 trundles on – it's still possible to buy applications such as Word, Outlook and Excel individually – it's clear that Microsoft wants to moves its customers over to Office 365. The benefits are …

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  1. 95 of 99 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    0 Stars from a Microsoft OEM system builder, April 9, 2013
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    This review is from: Microsoft Office Home and Business 2013  (1PC/1User) [Download] (Software Download)

    As a Microsoft OEM system builder going all the way back…I’m looking at non-Microsoft solutions first from this point on.

    As of this date, you cannot customize the installation. This means you cannot install JUST Word and Excel, or JUST Outlook. You can’t use (say) an older Outlook version which is compatible with older Microsoft Exchange (Read 2003 or earlier) versions. It is a “one-click” installation which installs skydrive whether you want it or not.

    This version will not work with Exchange servers prior to 2008.

    NONE of these facts are displayed prominently in the marketing or packaging we received, and I will now incur out-of-pocket expenses in order to “make good” on these two most recent computers (which arrived with 2013 Office on them.)

    1. No customized option for install
    2. Won’t work with Exchange servers prior to 2008.
    3. Microsoft silently broke with their 15-20 year standard of customizable install options
    4. For me, this is like picturing the Zune software (possibly the worst software ever designed) as an office suite.

    This is a very sad day for me. Microsoft USED to build software which both worked well, AND was customizable to the needs of the companies I support. It looks like this is no longer the case.

    I hate seeing Microsoft do this to themselves. It’s like watching a junkie deteriorate, and there’s nothing I can do to stop them.

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  2. 141 of 156 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    DO NOT BUY !, February 17, 2013
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    I have always been an avid Office fan. I bought 2013 to stay current – all I can say is DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME OR MONEY. I wish I had read the reviews first. I’d give it 0 stars if I could – hate is too kind. If you have Office 2007 or Office 2010 – KEEP IT! There’s virtually no benefit to 2013 and you’ll hate it.

    I don’t know who they left in charge of creating this abomination, but they didn’t earn their executive salary or bonus. They should be fired!

    Everything you know and love about the Office interface is practically gone. You get only 3 color schemes to pick from – none of which are tolerable. Visually it is so stark and minimal it’s disturbing. It’s hard to know exactly where you are in any of the programs. Outlook has the most changes – making darn near unusable. The look of this was so shocking that after a day I uninstalled it, and went back to my 2010 (of course MS won’t refund my money either).

    MS touts the cloud options but to most users that’s not really going to benefit them. For business users it’s going to be hugely disruptive to your productivity.

    I’m going to use 2010 until they come out with something that is in the same line and worth me upgrading. Please don’t make the same mistake I did.

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  3. The manufacturer commented on the review belowSee comments
    58 of 63 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Does not integrate with Metro, February 4, 2013
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    rdagger (West Coast) –

    This review is from: Microsoft Office Home and Business 2013  (1PC/1User) [Download] (Software Download)

    I have found nothing I like better about Office 2013 than Office 2010. There are many things I don’t like. Office 2013 doesn’t integrate with the Windows Metro tiles. I guess this is probably a good thing since the sizing and tiling of Metro apps is pathetic. Still, you get no notifications such as new mail on the tiles. What’s the point of having updating tiles if they don’t work with your email program. The licensing is awful. The set up program crashed when I was installing and then it would not activate. I had to call Microsoft to activate the program which was a hassle. Since there is no media and no setup file, I’m sure it will be a pain if I ever have to wipe my computer. I strongly recommend that you create a disc image after installing in case a wipe is ever needed. I’ve already had Outlook and Word crash and it is only the first week. Also all the programs seem to run slower than 2010. This new version tries to sell you a bunch of Microsoft online services and you have to create a Microsoft account to install it. I’ve been using Office for 20 years and I think the last good version was 10 years ago. Microsoft should have dumped Metro and done a 180 with Office dropping the GUI’s that most people hate and heading back to 2003. At the very least they could make these things optional.

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    Apr 1, 2013 1:40:44 PM PDT

    Dear rdagger,

    We are very sorry to hear about your experience with Office in Windows 8. Please contact us via the email [email protected] by Apr, 30 2013, and provide your contact details. Once we receive that information, we will ensure you are contacted by one of our Premium Support Professionals who will work with you to understand potential causes for the issues with Outlook and Word, and ensure you have a better experience moving forward. Thank you for your feedback.

    -The Office Team

     

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