Just a quick licensing question. I just upgraded from Home & Student to Office Standard. After installing Standard, I then uninstalled the Home & Student edition. When I started Office Standard for the first time, the "non-commerical use only" headers were there for a second or two, then disappeared and never came back. So that's fixed. BUT -- I still want to use OneNote, so I reinstalled it from the Office Home & Student CD. Unfortunately, it still displays the "non-commerical use only" header. I would think that since I've upgrade to Office Standard, OneNote would recognize that and also stop displaying the "non-commercial use". Am I wrong? Can I NOT use OneNote for commercial purposes even though I've upgraded to Office Standard? Or is there some other fee I have to pay? (If there is, I'm gonna be a very unhappy Microsoft customer! If, however, it IS now legal to use it for business purposes, how can I get rid of the "non-commerical use only" header?