How Much Office 2010 Will Cost
Article by George Norman
On 07 Jan 2010
The next iteration of the Office productivity suite, Office 2010, has yet to be released as a final, stable version - just this November the Beta version of Office 2010 was released to the public, the final version is expected to drop this June. But Redmond-based software giant Microsoft is looking ahead and has made public the retail pricing of Office 2010.

“We are releasing Office 2010 U.S. retail pricing. Office 2010 will be offered in four versions, to make it easier to choose a version of Office that’s best for you – Office Home and Business, Office Professional, Office Home and Student, and Office Professional Academic. We’re committed to making Office 2010 the best productivity suite ever, and making it easier for everyone to try, buy and use Office,” commented Rachel Bondi, General Manager, Microsoft Office.

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Here is how much you can expect to pay for Office 2010:

Full Packaged Product Pricing
  • Office Home and Student 2010 - $149
  • Office Home and Business 2010 - $279
  • Office Professional 2010 - $499
  • Office Professional Academic 2010 - $99

Product Key Card Pricing
  • Office Home and Student 2010 - $119
  • Office Home and Business 2010 - $199
  • Office Professional 2010 - $349
  • Office Professional Academic 2010 – N/A

Office Home and Student 2010 comes with Word, Excel PowerPoint and OneNote 2010.
Office Home and Business 2010 comes with Word, Excel PowerPoint, OneNote and Outlook 2010.
Office Professional 2010 comes with Word, Excel PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher and Access 2010.
Office Professional Academic 2010 comes with Word, Excel PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher and Access 2010.

Other important details:
  • The box version of Office Home and Student 2010 is available in a Family Pack, meaning you can install the productivity suite on up to 3 PCs in the same household.
  • Purchase rights for Office Home and Business, Office Professional, and Office Professional Academic boxed product let you use the software on 2 of your PCs.
  • The Product Key Card is valid for 1 installation.




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