moderated accessibility of that discounted Office license


Cristóbal
 

I mean… to each their own. I’ve still got machines running Office 2016 with licenses I bought off of eBay from the most random sellers for like $3 back in the day. Like I mentioned, these $50 or $35 sales seem to pop up fairly frequently on these tech and bargain sites, but as I’m personally not in need of Office, I haven’t bothered buying them, but I doubt sites like Popular Science or DealNews or SlickDeals are going to steer folks to shady sites.

I mean, who takes “lifetime” literally anyway? I recently upgraded the ram on a desktop and have started to get an error message when I launch one of the Office apps (Excel, Word, Outlook) about having to activate the software and that there was an error BC the key was invalid, but a simple pressing of the escape key and that message goes away and all is normal again. I’m guessing that whenever this desktop gives up the ghost, I probably won’t be able to transfer the MS Office license to whatever computer I replace it with or it’ll just be too much of a hassle to figure it out. Same goes for the other computers in the house.

50 bucks for even a few years of usage is still a good deal. Realistically, how long do we keep our computers for anyway?

Personally, I don’t think it’s all that much to get concerned over, but again, different strokes for different folks.

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Van Lant, Robin via groups.io
Sent: Wednesday, April 13, 2022 9:18 PM
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Mike,

I do have a Microsoft account I created to install an Office 2016  license several years ago.  I’m glad to hear your experience is good.  Even if this license stops working after a few years, it  gives me a few extra years of not paying the subscription, even though I know that I lose the option to use One Drive.  I don’t see another downside at the moment and I wasn’t actually using OneDrive yet, but was considering it.

 

Brian, thanks for validating my guess on this being likely very similar of the same as when I bought the license for Office 2016.  Yeah, you do wonder why it is so cheap.  On the reverse side of that coin, I’m surprised they are quoting some “lifetime” price as, to your point, it’s not really likely to be a lifetime product, unlike Office 365. My office 2016 license is working fine, but there are some features in newer office versions that I’d like to get on my home Pc.  And, while I don’t expect this to happen, I still don’t like the feel that I cannot just buy something outright and would have to pay a subscription.  I still have my SMA for JAWS, but I’m also using the  professional license, so don’t qualify for the annual subscription. 

 

Thanks for helping me think this through.  I do not have the brain power to make a final decision tonight, so hopefully I have a few days to check into the deal more.

 

Robin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Mike B.
Sent: Wednesday, April 13, 2022 8:05 PM
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Subject: Re: accessibility of that discounted Office license

 

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I took a chance on this deal and I'm quite surprised.  When you buy this it's not something you get from www.Joe Blows.com, but you actually have to log-in to your Microsoft Store account and insert a key code you get after your purchase is confirmed to install this suite. 

 

Here's something that might be a stickler and cause problems.  I have a Microsoft Store account, but I couldn't find a way to download the Office suite to save it if I didn't have an account, I believe a Microsoft Store account would have to be created in order to get this deal.

 

Others can speak on their venture of buying this suite, but I'm only reporting a thumbnail sketch of what I had to do.

 

 

Stay safe and take care.  Mike.  Sent from my iBarstool.

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On Wed, Apr 13, 2022 at 07:47 PM, Van Lant, Robin wrote:

I guess I’m confused, as I thought Microsoft had gone fully to Office 365, so I’m wondering if this Office 2021 is essentially the same as a current version of Office 365 and, if by “lifetime” it means it will keep upgrading.

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1. I, like Mr. Diamond, look upon this deep a discount with some skepticism.

2. Microsoft has not gone fully to Office 365, although they'd love the world to do that.  Office 2021 was not even supposed to be released, but there was a large enough contingent that raised a stink about wanting an installable, and perpetual/lifetime license, to get Microsoft to do another standalone release.

3. Lifetime has never, ever, meant lifetime updates.  You can still use Office 2003, if you have it, and have it installed.  It stopped updating years ago.  Contrast that with a subscription service, like Microsoft 365, where it's far more like an annual lease.  As soon as your lease is up, and you elect not to renew it, so is your access.

The old saying, "If it seems too good to be true, it probably is," applies.  Caveat emptor.
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Robin,

No, that's not the issue I'm alluding to, though I have had it, and it was generally with Gmail as security requirements tightened, though I'm sure it can apply to others.

This is one of the reasons I so strongly favor IMAP or Exchange access to email accounts.  There will occasionally come times, for sometimes unclear reasons, where the only solution that has worked is to blow the account away out of Outlook and re-create it or, in extreme circumstances, dump an entire Outlook profile and reconfigure all accounts in a new profile.

Whichever might be the case, using server-side storage protocols means that it's "no big deal" to just blow away an entire account and create it again.  Everything you had before, you'll have again, after the first full synchronization after file creation.

My guess is that you're going to have to re-create that account or, at the very least, do the homework about how it handles authentication and figure out why Outlook is not "playing well" with it at present.
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Van Lant, Robin
 

Brian,

You wrote, “I used Office 2010 after it was out of support, but not Outlook, as I don't like using anything that has constant contact with cyberspace as part of its operating requirements after it goes out of support”.  I’m curious if you just identified an issue I’ve been having with Outlook for the past maybe 2 years. I’m running a retail license ofOffice  2016 on my home PC and at some point, I started getting these pop ups requiring that I enter my Microsoft password to get my email to sync.  The box was initially not very accessible with JAWS and I can still get into a pickle when I don’t’ realize the box has popped up.  It’s been on my to do list to call Microsoft to ask why I cannot just have Outlook remember my password.  It never prompts me for the password for my secondary email account that is also a MSN.COM account. My laptop password is not the same as my Microsoft store and primary email account, so I figured that was the issue, but I’m annoyed that I have to enter my password on a regularbasis when it should remember me.  I’ll go look for Office updates.  Does this sound like what you were getting at with your comment about cyber connection being a requirement? 

 

 

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Brian Vogel
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On Wed, Apr 13, 2022 at 09:15 PM, Tony wrote:

Office 2016 on two machines that I purchased a few years ago for $25 each.  They are still being updated.

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Office 2016 is still in extended support, and will be so until 2025.  See:  https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/lifecycle/products/microsoft-office-2016 

But all of the installable versions of Office are on a fixed life cycle, and, eventually, support ends.  But even after support has ended, it's still possible to use them.  I used Office 2010 after it was out of support, but not Outlook, as I don't like using anything that has constant contact with cyberspace as part of its operating requirements after it goes out of support.  This is particularly so right after when something goes out of support, as that's the timeframe where hackers know there remains a large embedded base of users who did not move along to a supported version out there.
 
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On Wed, Apr 13, 2022 at 09:15 PM, Tony wrote:
Office 2016 on two machines that I purchased a few years ago for $25 each.  They are still being updated.
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Office 2016 is still in extended support, and will be so until 2025.  See:  https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/lifecycle/products/microsoft-office-2016 

But all of the installable versions of Office are on a fixed life cycle, and, eventually, support ends.  But even after support has ended, it's still possible to use them.  I used Office 2010 after it was out of support, but not Outlook, as I don't like using anything that has constant contact with cyberspace as part of its operating requirements after it goes out of support.  This is particularly so right after when something goes out of support, as that's the timeframe where hackers know there remains a large embedded base of users who did not move along to a supported version out there.
 
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Van Lant, Robin
 

Mike,

I do have a Microsoft account I created to install an Office 2016  license several years ago.  I’m glad to hear your experience is good.  Even if this license stops working after a few years, it  gives me a few extra years of not paying the subscription, even though I know that I lose the option to use One Drive.  I don’t see another downside at the moment and I wasn’t actually using OneDrive yet, but was considering it.

 

Brian, thanks for validating my guess on this being likely very similar of the same as when I bought the license for Office 2016.  Yeah, you do wonder why it is so cheap.  On the reverse side of that coin, I’m surprised they are quoting some “lifetime” price as, to your point, it’s not really likely to be a lifetime product, unlike Office 365. My office 2016 license is working fine, but there are some features in newer office versions that I’d like to get on my home Pc.  And, while I don’t expect this to happen, I still don’t like the feel that I cannot just buy something outright and would have to pay a subscription.  I still have my SMA for JAWS, but I’m also using the  professional license, so don’t qualify for the annual subscription. 

 

Thanks for helping me think this through.  I do not have the brain power to make a final decision tonight, so hopefully I have a few days to check into the deal more.

 

Robin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Mike B.
Sent: Wednesday, April 13, 2022 8:05 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: accessibility of that discounted Office license

 

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I took a chance on this deal and I'm quite surprised.  When you buy this it's not something you get from www.Joe Blows.com, but you actually have to log-in to your Microsoft Store account and insert a key code you get after your purchase is confirmed to install this suite. 

 

Here's something that might be a stickler and cause problems.  I have a Microsoft Store account, but I couldn't find a way to download the Office suite to save it if I didn't have an account, I believe a Microsoft Store account would have to be created in order to get this deal.

 

Others can speak on their venture of buying this suite, but I'm only reporting a thumbnail sketch of what I had to do.

 

 

Stay safe and take care.  Mike.  Sent from my iBarstool.

----- Original Message -----

From: Brian Vogel

Sent: Wednesday, April 13, 2022 5:52 PM

Subject: Re: accessibility of that discounted Office license

 

On Wed, Apr 13, 2022 at 07:47 PM, Van Lant, Robin wrote:

I guess I’m confused, as I thought Microsoft had gone fully to Office 365, so I’m wondering if this Office 2021 is essentially the same as a current version of Office 365 and, if by “lifetime” it means it will keep upgrading.

-
1. I, like Mr. Diamond, look upon this deep a discount with some skepticism.

2. Microsoft has not gone fully to Office 365, although they'd love the world to do that.  Office 2021 was not even supposed to be released, but there was a large enough contingent that raised a stink about wanting an installable, and perpetual/lifetime license, to get Microsoft to do another standalone release.

3. Lifetime has never, ever, meant lifetime updates.  You can still use Office 2003, if you have it, and have it installed.  It stopped updating years ago.  Contrast that with a subscription service, like Microsoft 365, where it's far more like an annual lease.  As soon as your lease is up, and you elect not to renew it, so is your access.

The old saying, "If it seems too good to be true, it probably is," applies.  Caveat emptor.
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Mike B.
 


I took a chance on this deal and I'm quite surprised.  When you buy this it's not something you get from www.Joe Blows.com, but you actually have to log-in to your Microsoft Store account and insert a key code you get after your purchase is confirmed to install this suite. 
 
Here's something that might be a stickler and cause problems.  I have a Microsoft Store account, but I couldn't find a way to download the Office suite to save it if I didn't have an account, I believe a Microsoft Store account would have to be created in order to get this deal.
 
Others can speak on their venture of buying this suite, but I'm only reporting a thumbnail sketch of what I had to do.
 
 
Stay safe and take care.  Mike.  Sent from my iBarstool.

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Subject: Re: accessibility of that discounted Office license

On Wed, Apr 13, 2022 at 07:47 PM, Van Lant, Robin wrote:
I guess I’m confused, as I thought Microsoft had gone fully to Office 365, so I’m wondering if this Office 2021 is essentially the same as a current version of Office 365 and, if by “lifetime” it means it will keep upgrading.
-
1. I, like Mr. Diamond, look upon this deep a discount with some skepticism.

2. Microsoft has not gone fully to Office 365, although they'd love the world to do that.  Office 2021 was not even supposed to be released, but there was a large enough contingent that raised a stink about wanting an installable, and perpetual/lifetime license, to get Microsoft to do another standalone release.

3. Lifetime has never, ever, meant lifetime updates.  You can still use Office 2003, if you have it, and have it installed.  It stopped updating years ago.  Contrast that with a subscription service, like Microsoft 365, where it's far more like an annual lease.  As soon as your lease is up, and you elect not to renew it, so is your access.

The old saying, "If it seems too good to be true, it probably is," applies.  Caveat emptor.
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Tony
 

Actually, I have Office 2016 on two machines that I purchased a few years ago for $25 each.  They are still being updated.

 

Tony

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Brian Vogel via groups.io
Sent: Wednesday, April 13, 2022 7:53 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: accessibility of that discounted Office license

 

On Wed, Apr 13, 2022 at 07:47 PM, Van Lant, Robin wrote:

I guess I’m confused, as I thought Microsoft had gone fully to Office 365, so I’m wondering if this Office 2021 is essentially the same as a current version of Office 365 and, if by “lifetime” it means it will keep upgrading.

-
1. I, like Mr. Diamond, look upon this deep a discount with some skepticism.

2. Microsoft has not gone fully to Office 365, although they'd love the world to do that.  Office 2021 was not even supposed to be released, but there was a large enough contingent that raised a stink about wanting an installable, and perpetual/lifetime license, to get Microsoft to do another standalone release.

3. Lifetime has never, ever, meant lifetime updates.  You can still use Office 2003, if you have it, and have it installed.  It stopped updating years ago.  Contrast that with a subscription service, like Microsoft 365, where it's far more like an annual lease.  As soon as your lease is up, and you elect not to renew it, so is your access.

The old saying, "If it seems too good to be true, it probably is," applies.  Caveat emptor.
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On Wed, Apr 13, 2022 at 07:47 PM, Van Lant, Robin wrote:
I guess I’m confused, as I thought Microsoft had gone fully to Office 365, so I’m wondering if this Office 2021 is essentially the same as a current version of Office 365 and, if by “lifetime” it means it will keep upgrading.
-
1. I, like Mr. Diamond, look upon this deep a discount with some skepticism.

2. Microsoft has not gone fully to Office 365, although they'd love the world to do that.  Office 2021 was not even supposed to be released, but there was a large enough contingent that raised a stink about wanting an installable, and perpetual/lifetime license, to get Microsoft to do another standalone release.

3. Lifetime has never, ever, meant lifetime updates.  You can still use Office 2003, if you have it, and have it installed.  It stopped updating years ago.  Contrast that with a subscription service, like Microsoft 365, where it's far more like an annual lease.  As soon as your lease is up, and you elect not to renew it, so is your access.

The old saying, "If it seems too good to be true, it probably is," applies.  Caveat emptor.
--

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David Diamond
 

Perhaps I’m overly suspicious, when something is discounted this much it generally means it will be obsolete soon. Which means ostensibly                 that after you put down the $50, in a few months you won’t be able to use the program anymore. Sorry for being so jaded. By the way, I do, use one drive and love it much more then using drop box.     

 

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I was excited to see the discounted Office license Christobal and others shared from the other JAWS list that I’m not on. As I  eagerly investigated it, I noted that it’s talking specifically about Office 2021, yet it says it’s a lifetime license.  I guess I’m confused, as I thought Microsoft had gone fully to Office 365, so I’m wondering if this Office 2021 is essentially the same as a current version of Office 365 and, if by “lifetime” it means it will keep upgrading.  The description talks about some features for making documents look better, which scares me that it may have add-ins and automated assumptions that I don’t want.  I know…I’m probably over-thinking this.  If it’s not Office 365 in the true sense, I wonder if the big missing piece is getting One Drive.  I don’t’ currently use One Drive on the computer I was buying this for, but was going to dabble in it.    Anyone know?  If not, I’ll call Microsfot Accessibility and see if I can get clarification.

 

Robin

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Van Lant, Robin
 

I was excited to see the discounted Office license Christobal and others shared from the other JAWS list that I’m not on. As I  eagerly investigated it, I noted that it’s talking specifically about Office 2021, yet it says it’s a lifetime license.  I guess I’m confused, as I thought Microsoft had gone fully to Office 365, so I’m wondering if this Office 2021 is essentially the same as a current version of Office 365 and, if by “lifetime” it means it will keep upgrading.  The description talks about some features for making documents look better, which scares me that it may have add-ins and automated assumptions that I don’t want.  I know…I’m probably over-thinking this.  If it’s not Office 365 in the true sense, I wonder if the big missing piece is getting One Drive.  I don’t’ currently use One Drive on the computer I was buying this for, but was going to dabble in it.    Anyone know?  If not, I’ll call Microsfot Accessibility and see if I can get clarification.

 

Robin

JAWS 2022 and Office 365 at work and Office 2016 at home.

 



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