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I should also say that Office 365 will offer more actual features over time, whereas the boxed copy or perpetual license only offers bug fixes and security updates. I may be wrong about this but I had the impression that improvements to accessibility might
not appear with subsequent updates to Office 2016 or 2019 but they could roll out with updates to Office 365. If I am wrong about this I would appreciate being informed.
On 12/30/2018 4:30 PM, Sieghard Weitzel wrote:
You should get an Office 365 subscription which entitles you to download whatever latest version of the Office apps exist. In addition it comes with 1 Tb of OneCloud storage and if you have a good friend or family member
you could share it, the $99 family plan is good for up to 5 or 6 people and each of them get the 1 Tb of storage and can download the apps on up to 5 devices. If it is just yourself you could get an individual subscription for I think $59 a year.
Going forward you will find that you will get the most up-to-date functionality and scripts if you are running the subscription version. As of Jaws 2019 Freedom Scientific has separated the scripts for the retail version
and the subscription version and since a large majority of people and companies opt for the subscription model nowadays it will get more attention.
I am a new list member. I received a pc running windows ten professional and I can use up to jaws 2019. I plan to purchase some version of office and although they all theoretically work perfectly, I wonder which version is likely to
give me the least grief and if there are any versions I should consider avoiding?