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    We've been talking about it...

    Looks like it might be on the horizon.
    Create a fresh drive image before making system changes, in case you need to start over!

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    Interesting. One wonders how pricing would actually work? If subscriptions were priced in US Dollars, with no "adjustments" in other countries, I am pretty sure sales would drop in certain cases. Here in South Africa, for example, I cannot see the average private user even considering paying for a subscription that would, in South African Rands, be nearly 11 times the US Dollar price!! (at current exchange rates). This is already evident in the "lack of interest" in Office 365 shown by South Africans; most of whom purchase the "desktop stand-alone" versions of Office 2013, or stick with Office 2010.
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