Pros: No extra media, just a key. You can download the Office 2010 setup file with a valid key code directly from MS.
Cons: I was buying these about 2 or 3 times a month to spread across users in several businesses. At $159/each for over a year, it was great! But now, as soon as MS came out with 2013, 2010 licenses are $199???? Could this be because of Microsoft's offer? I think so!!! Microsoft is offering a FREE upgr...
Summary: Some people are confused as to how to install this... As it says on the key-card you are buying, go to: office.om/productkeycard From there you will be able to download your full version of office! No need to buy the super-expensive disk!
Pros: Cheaper than retail Office. Easy to install.
Cons: Why in the world is this MORE expensive than Windows 7??? It should be the other way around.
Summary: I primarily use Outlook, Word, and Excel. These three programs are quite good. Unless Microsoft does something spectacular in their next version of Office, I will not bother with them. I almost went with using OpenOffice which is free and does almost everything Office does.
Pros: It works. Looks good. Does what it is supposed to do.
Cons: The cost. Way too expensive! No upgrade option for previous owners of Office.