moderated Re: versions of ms office.
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It’s the Home and Student, and it definitely does not come with Outlook, but I knew that when I purchased it. I have never needed to use Outlook. Many years ago, I used Outlook Express and loved it. Now I just use Gmail through Windows Mail.
From: Sieghard Weitzel
Sent: Thursday, February 18, 2021 10:44 AM
Subject: Re: versions of ms office.
Hi Shirley, I have never heard of an Office version not including Outlook. I would call Microsoft Accessiblity about that, this just does not seem right.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Shirley Tracy
I bought Office 2019 from MS via a phone call. Only it doesn’t include Outlook, which was on your list of what you use. I’m told Office 19 is the last app you can pay upfront with no expiration date on it. They explained that All higher versions have either a monthly fee or a yearly fee. I guess that tells you how long it has been since I purchased my Office 2016.
Hi to you all,
This is probably not for here, but i thought i would ask anyway.
I am at home, so a basic version of office does me fine.
I only use outlook for emails, word for basic documents and excel for basic spreadsheets.
I have been using office 2007, and it does me just fine.
However, as expected, eventually, jaws is having trouble with this because it is so old.
Does anyone know where i could get maybe office 2010 2013 etc?
I don’t need the latest office 365 or anything like that.
I cannot find anywhere on the ms web site that might sell it either, as they just want you to buy the latest.
Any help would be appreciated.
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