Are you a starving student? Would you like a copy of Microsoft Office 2007 Ultimate for cheaper than MS Employees can pick it up at the Company Store?
I honestly think that Office 2007 is the best product we have released in a long time. I am a student myself, and Office 2007 makes it incredibly easy to make awesome looking documents. It also makes Bibliographies and Works Cited a snap... you enter your references into Word, and then just pick the format (MLA, APA, etc) and it will generate your bibliography on the fly. Need to change format? Just select a different format and you are all set to go.
OneNote is also killer for taking notes and doing research.
I really am trying to stay away from marketing/press release type postings, but this is a killer deal.
What's included in Office Ultimate 2007
Official Press Release:
As part of Microsoft Corp.’s commitment to education, the company is introducing a promotion inviting students who are actively enrolled at educational institutions and have a valid e-mail address from the institution to purchase Microsoft® Office Ultimate 2007 at a student price of $59.95 (U.S.). “The Ultimate Steal” promotion will run in Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States starting today and in France, Italy and Spain starting Sept. 20, 2007. The promotion will end April 30, 2008.
Office Ultimate 2007 is the premium Office suite and provides students with a comprehensive set of tools that can help them create high-quality documents, gather and consolidate lecture notes and other information, stay organized, find what they are looking for quickly, and easily collaborate with colleagues and professors across geographical boundaries.
“We’re listening to students who have told us they need Microsoft Office for their studies and want more flexible ways to get the latest version,” said Alan Yates, general manager of Worldwide Education at Microsoft. “We’re committed to providing accessible and affordable technology to students so they can meet their academic goals. The Ultimate Steal is the latest in a long history of providing compelling academic offers for students.”