Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010
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You get what you pay for
Kevin H., Newegg
17 August 2014
Summary: Despite it just being a code, they still mail the box to you with the code inside. Why they didn't just E-mail the code is beyond me, but with newegg shipping it wasn't that long of a wait. Simply go to Microsoft's website, put in the code once or twice, and get Office.
Summary: Six days ago when I ordered this newegg offered 10% off, which came to $10. Today I look and they are offering $20 off. I saw this product on another website for around $70 but chose not to deal with them since I wasn't aware of there reputation.
Pros: After uninstalling the trial version of Office 2013 on my Windows 8.1 computer, I was able to install Office 2010 without any problems. Ordered the backup disk from Microsoft for a small fee.
Cons: Wish that Newegg offered the disk to install, instead of just the product key.
Summary: This single-license pack is really designed for computers that came pre-loaded with a trial version, but the download was simple, using my junk Hotmail address. I bought the software for a family member with a slow connection, so I downloaded to a flash drive at home before installing; I'll keep the...
Summary: The Ribbon takes some time getting use to. It occupies more of the banner that I would like. I would rather have drop down menus instead. Coming from Office 97 and 2003, I'd say that Office 2010 is worth the investment. Don't believe I'll be going to Office 2013 any time soon.
Pros: MS Office 2010, 3-PC. Arrived on time. Was packaged in the official MS box & sealed All three licenses activated without any issue. 1st on Win7 64b Pro, 2nd on Win 7 64b Home and 3rd on XP 32b Pro.