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Microsoft Office 2010 Pricing: Is it really worth it?

For everyone intending to pick up the latest version of Microsoft Office, this article is for you. Microsoft has just detailed all the pricings for the different versions of Office 2010 – due out this June.

As reported from Pocket-Lint, the Home and Student version will be available for either £89.99 (Product Key Card) or £109.99 (Boxed Edition).

Next is the Home and Business Version. This will be available for £189.99 (Product Key Card), or £239.99 (boxed).

Finally, the Professional version which offers the most features will set you back either £299.99 (Product Key Card), or a whopping £399.99 (boxed edition).

Dont forget, you’ll still be able to pick up the Starter Edition 2010 for free, which contains smaller versions of Word and Excel.

First of all, what are your thoughts on the high prices? Will you be picking up the priced version or free one? Vote in our poll below, stating your reasons.

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