One week of Office 2010 Beta remaining

On October 31st the beta version of Microsoft Office 2010 will expire. After this date the program will only work for reading documents and the ability to make changes will be removed.

In order to upgrade to the full product and to keep using the Office 2010 suite, you need to purchase a licence activation key or a boxed copy of the software.

The Office 2010 suite starts with the Home and Student Edition priced at £109.99 and is ideal for anyone needing the full benefits of Word, Excel and PowerPoint 2010 versions working from school or home. Business customers will also receive the Outlook 2010 application at cost of £239.99*. The Professional version adds the Access 2010 database application and costs £429.99

Order Office 2010 now

Some alternatives to the Microsoft Office suite are the free, open-source OpenOffice software, Google Docs or the newly launched Office 365 cloud based office apps.

Apple users should note that the OS X compatible version of Office 2011 for Mac will be available from the beginning of November 2010. Further details and prices to follow.

*Existing RealWorld customers with our hosted Exchange email system are eligible to download a free copy of Outlook 2010. Log in to your Exchange control panel to download on your home and work PCs.


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