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Microsoft Student 2006 Complete package


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I'm getting a laptop for university (I am doing law), and I was wondering whether this software package would be useful. Also, can anyone give me any information on the product and the kinds of documents it produces and the functions it has.
Any help is greatly appreciated!!

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Here's a few good link for an overview and some reviews.
http://www.microsoft...ls.aspx?pid=001
http://www.pcmag.com...,1837544,00.asp
http://office.weblog...-student-review
http://www99.epinion...nt_191512350340
http://www.itreviews...ftware/s324.htm

We purchased it for college students and it appears to be geared more to high school students. Some of the components are somewhat useful (i.e., math) but I'm not sure if a law student would find it of much use.

Good luck,

Gumby©

Almost forgot, you need Microsoft Office to use Student.

Edited by Gumby©, 28 April 2007 - 03:46 PM.

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