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Get a free upgrade to Office 2010

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Microsoft OfficeFor students/faculty/staff who intend to purchase the software through E-Academy www.e-academy.com:

Microsoft is offering an upgrade path for individuals who purchase the software between March 5th and September 30th, 2010.  E-academy will be offering a 100% free download for the upgrade (no processing or handling fees) and for those who do not want to download Microsoft will have a charge for the DVDs (price TBD).

The purpose of this announcement is to enable graduating students the ability to acquire Microsoft Office at the special pricing before they leave their institution yet still have rights to the most current version after it is released.


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