Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Office Home and Student 2013
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Just the Key
D Farmlette, B&H Photo
24 July 2015
Excerpt: No doubt, I needed Microsoft for a new computer that came with not a thing. I expected a disk but only got a product key to go online to download. Hopefully it's still useful if I happen to lose everything on my computer.
Excerpt: For me, this is the best way to purchase this. I think they should include other products, but that's just my thought. B&H was the best price, and I love their customer service. Products are delivered on time and well packed.
Summary: ad a lot of trouble setting up Microsoft account to be able to install. After several tries, finally got an account set up and was able to install the software. Put this on a new computer I intend to keep for a while.
Excerpt: Nice interface with Skydrive (OneDrive)but for a non power user it can be frustrating and confusing. Clean interface for the most part. The "File" page is not as clean and useful as prior versions.
Excerpt: From a UI standpoint Office 2013 is rather clean, elegant and no-nonsense. It has the new design language the Microsoft uses, which slooks smart and purposeful. But the authorization process is pretty cumbersome. You basically have two keys to worry about: 1.