Office Student and Teacher Edition 2003, a suite of popular Microsoft Office personal productivity applications, is priced affordably for teachers and students in grades K - 12 and institutions of higher education.
Required Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP
License Type: Complete Product
Media Format: CD-ROM
Product Title: Microsoft Office 2003 Student & Teacher Edition - Complete Product - 1 User
Power Score: 4.6 | 19 Reviews
Program Type: Office Suite
Version / Edition: 2003
Min License Size: 1 user(s)
Max License Size: 1 User
Recommended System Requirements
Recommended Processor Class: Intel Pentium III Processor
Recommended Memory: 128 MB
Recommended Disk Space: 510 bits
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System Requirements: Processor: Pentium 233-MHz or faster (Pentium III recommended) Memory: 128 MB or greater Disk Space: 260 MB; optional installation files cache (recommended) requires an additional 250 MB Drive: CD-ROM or DVD Display: Super VGA (800 ? 600) or higher-resolution monitor Operating System: Windows 2000 with Service Pack 3 Windows XP or later Internet Connection: Internet functionality requires dial-up or broadband Internet access Others: Microsoft Exchange Server is required for certain advanced functionality in Microsoft Office Outlook Windows Server 2003 running Windows SharePoint Services is required for certain advanced collaboration functionality Certain inking features require running Microsoft Office on the Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition Speech recognition functionality requires a Pentium II 400-MHz or faster processor and a close-talk microphone and audio output device
Required Processor Class: Intel Pentium III Processor
Required Processor Speed: 233 MHz
Required Memory: 128 MB
Required Disk Space: 260 MB
License Pricing: Academic
Suite Contents: Excel 2003Word 2003Outlook 2003PowerPoint 2003
Language Support: English
Software Name: Office 2003 Student & Teacher Edition
Upgrade Information: Not Applicable
Software Main Type: Productivity Application
Brand Name: Microsoft
Product Reviews (10)
Office 2003 Student and Teacher (Full Product, PC).
Strengths: Exactly what I expected and delivered as promised
I have never used a copy of software before that was purchased from another source other than the one who produced it. I am happy to say that I received everything that I expected and received it as promised.
By anonymous; - Apr 3, 2007
Office 2003 full retail version under $100
Strengths: full retail version including the box (not just a CD)
Very pleased with price, delivery time, and features. I had a hard time getting it to pass Validation, but that was my fault. After uninstalling all the old Office software and purging the Registry, it worked just fine.
By TBat55 - Jan 4, 2007
I find the use of Office 2003...
Strengths: Low cost with only the needed programs.
I find the use of Office 2003 Student Teacher Edition a good compliment to my computer experience. It does not contain the programs I do not use.
By Draugrs - Dec 21, 2006
Microsoft Office Student and Teacher 2003
Strengths: Single disk installation, licensed for 3 users, widely accepted file format at most schools
Weakness: Windows 2000/xp only, activation required
I have used MS office products for several years and have generally been satisfied. I know many people do not like MS for various reasons, but it is hard not to recommend a product that is so widely used in business and academic circles. We had tried the Open Office freeware products as an alternative and found them to be very commendable, but it was somewhat of a chore to convert files to MS...
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I have used MS office products for several years and have generally been satisfied. I know many people do not like MS for various reasons, but it is hard not to recommend a product that is so widely used in business and academic circles. We had tried the Open Office freeware products as an alternative and found them to be very commendable, but it was somewhat of a chore to convert files to MS format when needed for a school assigment or business need and we would occasionally lose something (formatting, etc) in the conversion.
The Office XP/2003 incorporates some useful features over my previous Office 2000 suite, although the newer style may seem less "professional". One feature that has yet to be fully tested is the fact that the software offers an option to retain certain installation files on your computer for easier updating--hopefully no more need to either archive the entire installation disk(s) or manually insert disks when office security or other product updates become available.
The student/teacher version is useful in that it allows my children to have there own copies installed on their personal computers rather than having to use my desktop or laptop. However, it does not appear that the license allows for a user to also use the product on a laptop (the license seems to indicate that this would count as another one of the 3 users). My previous Office version licensed for only one user did allow use on a laptop for the same user.
By brlittle - Oct 30, 2005
This is the real deal - a complete...
Strengths: Easy to use, has everything you need in one source.
This is the real deal - a complete set of Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook at a great price. There is no difference between this version and the main version of Office. I found it easy to use and a bargain to boot.
By bhicks55 - May 16, 2005