Summary: I was a little nervous about buying just a keycard. I had lost the Office 2010 on my new PC and had to restore back to the factory image (I knew I would have to do this) in order to be able to activate Office 2010 with the keycard. The activation worked fine and Office 2010 Home & Business is up and running on my PC.
Summary: I was looking for the 2010 version of Home and Business, as I am not a fan of the 2013 version. As soon as the 2013 version was put on sale, retail stores pulled all older versions from their shelves. Walmart.com had the best price on the key card and I received it 2 days ahead of time! Now, "I'm back in business!
Summary: Alright at first glace your probably thinking "this looks like a good buy." Its not. Your paying 150+$ for a piece of cardboard with a key number on it. Buying the disk itself would be a better deal. Because I didn't read the darn thing carefully I can only put it on one computer instead of both laptops and my desktop. They don't really expect me to pay extra for each computer do they? Yea, right.
Summary: It seems like a good deal, but when you load the key up, they hit you for another $19.95 for the back up CD, no instructions on how to use the newest version, so there is additional cost as well. If I didn't have so many PC devises, I move to Apple.
Summary: I had a modicum of difficulty translating the "Microsoft Sipeak" on their website, but the software loaded right up, and ran as it was supposed to! The "Microsoft Speak" language that Microsoft uses can be hard to understand, by folks that don't work with it daily...by the way...just now received an email from Microsoft telling me that my Free Version of the "latest and greatest" Microsoft Office Home and Business has been shipped, just as promised in their package!
Summary: So far so good. What else can you do if you have to communicate with business people? Had a huge problem with office, but Microsoft got it working. Thank goodness it had a 90 day warranty. My people couldn't figure it out.