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using office student for commercial use.

Discussion in 'Microsoft Office' started by Sentiere, Jan 11, 2010.

  1. Sentiere

    Sentiere Flightless Bird

    I have Windows 7 Home Premium installed in my laptop and I have MS office
    2007 Home and student edition installed. I need to use powerpoint at my
    office. can I use these software at work ? legally is there any problem ? can
    I use powerpoint works at work also ? can I also sell my work that I made
    with powerpoint home and student ?

    shortly commercially is there any problem ?
     
  2. Gordon

    Gordon Flightless Bird

    Sentiere wrote:
    > I have Windows 7 Home Premium installed in my laptop and I have MS office
    > 2007 Home and student edition installed. I need to use powerpoint at my
    > office. can I use these software at work ? legally is there any problem ? can
    > I use powerpoint works at work also ? can I also sell my work that I made
    > with powerpoint home and student ?
    >
    > shortly commercially is there any problem ?


    I don't think Home and Student is licensed for commercial activity.
    What does your EULA say?
     
  3. Steve Rindsberg

    Steve Rindsberg Flightless Bird

    In article <4DD60840-9D7E-4710-817B-96997657CCA8@microsoft.com>, Sentiere wrote:
    > I have Windows 7 Home Premium installed in my laptop and I have MS office
    > 2007 Home and student edition installed. I need to use powerpoint at my
    > office. can I use these software at work ? legally is there any problem ? can
    > I use powerpoint works at work also ? can I also sell my work that I made
    > with powerpoint home and student ?
    >
    > shortly commercially is there any problem ?


    Not allowed, sorry.

    Look at the back of the Office package, the line just below the table that
    explains which apps you get with each edition.

    "Not for use in any commercial, non-profit or revenue-generating business
    activities, or by any government organization."
     

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