Microsoft Office Home & Student 2013

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Microsoft Office Home and Student 2013 Win32-bit/x64 PKC-Medialess--Consists of a 25 digit Product Key Code ONLY. NO Media. PKC is a non-transferable license that allows for a single install on one machine only. Perpetual license. This is a Non-Returnable sku. Includes: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and Outlook. Can save your documents to the cloud in SkyDrive.


Product Title: Microsoft Office Home & Student 2013

Manufacturer: Microsoft

Lowest Price: $79.99 from Software Supply Source

Power Score: 3.4 | 5 Reviews

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Wonderful upgrade! Great new design & feel! Good price too.

By boon.elliot - Nov 20, 2013

Like the new look & feel

Though features have not much changed from Office 2010, I definitely like the look and feel as well as toucscreen optimization this product comes with. If I had to make a choice between 2010 and 2013, my vote goes for 2013 no doubt. Only dislike: Microsoft does not provide media (DVD/CD) any longer. Their software needs to be installed through the Internet.

By taureantiger on Adorama - Oct 29, 2013


I had a great deal of difficulty installing this, I ended up calling Microsoft and they got it straightened out. I'm not sure how well it will work for me, I thought I was getting the Home Business edition

By bichonlady82 on HP - Apr 27, 2013

1 for 1

No disc, it is downloaded only. If you have more children in college, go Open Office, it is FREE. Companies need to protect their product, but 1 product for 1 PC is wrong, it should be 1 product for 1 owner. This is my last purchase of Microsoft Office

By Craigthekid on HP - Apr 16, 2013

many problems

there have been problems with both the computer and Microsoft since installation. HP told me the HP warranty would cover service for the Student Home package as long as my HP warranty was up to date. Microsoft told me they would not service the package after 90 days. I specifically asked HP to confirm that the HP warranty would cover Tech support for the package. When I call Microsoft Tech...
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By nikk3 on HP - Apr 12, 2013

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