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    Re: Vista Pricing

    Office 2003 Pro under Student Select License - £68 not bad in my opinion.

    http://www.pugh.co.uk/studentsandsta...softselect.htm

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    Re: Vista Pricing

    Quote Originally Posted by ashok
    I don't know about the vista prices, but the office 2007 prices are not bad under the SELECT agreement.

    Office 2007 Pro Plus.---> £58

    http://www.pugh.co.uk/products/micro...o-plus2007.htm


    Ash.
    Or £30.50 from Ramesys.

    Vista Business upgrade is £29.50, same as XP Pro.

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    Re: Vista Pricing

    the £30.50 is under the SSAT Select Agreement IIRC ... it should be a little more if you are not a specialist school, unless you have a seperate arrangement, in which case it might be slightly cheaper ...

    Please contact your account manager for a definitive price, and if in doubt check with the Microsoft Edu Licencing team to check on your requirements before you speak to your account manager.

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    Re: Vista Pricing

    Hi,

    Oh yeah i forgot to check the Ramesys site, we used them for most of the license purchase , the pugh website is the first one come to mind so i quoted them directly there.

    Tony is right it is slighly cheaper if you are spealist school.

    Ash.

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