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    Academic Pricing (Windows XP)

    Here I am again ;-)
    Hopefully another quick question - I ordered my Office Prof Edition 2003 software from the Amazon marketplace - it arrived today with a badge on the front saying 'Academic price'. I am actually an IT trainer -does this mean this is OK? Is it any different to the full version - only the price?
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    Re: Academic Pricing (Windows XP)

    Have a look at this page on the Microsoft site - to see whether you fall into the "Academic" bucket. Academic versions usually do not qualify for the Upgrade Discount when moving to the later realease. HTH
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