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    Simple Software Assurance Benefits question...

    Basically, are benefits like the Home Use Program free for the school to "Activate"? We don't want to be slapped with more charges after managing to finally get all our licensing sorted!!

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    If you have a Schools 3.x agreement in place then yes the Home Use Program is free to activate. The only cost involved is to the individual staff member to buy their licence key for £8.95 a pop or £17.95 if you want a DVD of it instead of downloading it.

    Simple, easy, cheap - just read the Terms & Conditions and make staff aware of the terms of the deal and Happy days.....

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    Yup I can confirm they are free and my staff are buying Office 2010 like hot cakes



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