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Office 365 price cuts, new plans coming
Haven't switched to Office 365 yet? New prices for small businesses are coming.
Jul 11 2014, 12:26PM
Office 365 vs Office Online: how do they compare?
Can you get away with using the online version of Office - Office Online - instead of the desktop version?
Apr 17 2014, 10:12AM
Is the new Office 365 Personal subscription a good deal?
The new Office 365 Personal has the same set of software and featured in the $119 per year Home subscription. So what's the difference?
Apr 16 2014, 12:38PM
Office 365 Personal: time to make the switch to Office 365?
If you're yet to make the switch to Office 365, the new Personal edition is a little bit cheaper.
Mar 14 2014, 1:52PM
Microsoft Office 2013 will be getting its first big update
If you're considering switching to Microsoft Office 2013, you might be interested to know that the software will be getting its first big update when Service Pack 1 arrives "early next year".
Nov 26 2013, 7:06PM
Opinion: After 25 years of using Excel....
Jon Honeyball explains why he's not happy about being forced to move "up" to Office 2010.
Nov 13 2013, 12:43PM
SkyDrive Pro: here's what you get now
Select Office 365 subscribers will be getting a boost to their included SkyDrive Pro storage accounts from the default 7GB to 25GB.
Sep 16 2013, 3:41PM
Microsoft Office 365 now available on Android
As with the iPhone app, Android users will need an Office 365 subscription.
Aug 2 2013, 6:39AM
Microsoft Outlook app for iPhone, but only for Office 365 customers
Office 365 subscribers can now get an app for their Microsoft Outlook services such as mail, contacts and calender.
Jul 18 2013, 11:57AM
Microsoft clarification: Office 2013 is available on DVD, if stores choose to stock it
Microsoft has told us that buying Office 2013 on DVD is possible in Australia, if a retail shop chooses to sell it on DVD.
Mar 7 2013, 10:25AM
Australian pricing for the new Microsoft Office 365 for business
From Office 365 Small Business to Office 365 Enterprise, here's what you'll pay per month in Australia for the new subscription version of Microsoft Office.
Mar 1 2013, 9:16AM
Microsoft confirms Office 2013 is not being sold on disc in Australia
It's easy to see how some people might get confused if they pick up the box and give it a shake, but there's no disc in there.
Feb 28 2013, 4:56PM
Remember, Microsoft Office 2013 doesn't come a CD or DVD
If you're planning on buying the new Microsoft Office in a shop, be aware that it probably won't come on a CD or DVD
Feb 28 2013, 4:16PM
What's all this about Office 2013 "dying"?
If you buy Office 2013, there's the possibility you won't be able to re-install the same copy if you switch to a new computer in the future.
Feb 18 2013, 8:43PM
The new Office 365 for business: Confused?
Confused? Read this article for a quick summary of which versions are and aren't on sale yet.
Jan 30 2013, 2:17PM
Office 2013 on sale: here's how much you'll pay
Microsoft has started taking orders for four different versions of Office 2013 on the Australian web store. Here's how much it costs.
Jan 29 2013, 1:16PM
Tech 101: Google Apps, Windows Live and Office 365 in 60 seconds
Some basic things to think about when comparing Google Apps for Business and Windows Live and Office 365 for your business's email.
Dec 12 2012, 11:04AM
You're good to go! Office 2013's chatty new personality
Opinion: Simon Jones doesn’t think many users will appreciate being talked down to by a glorified typewriter with delusions of grandeur.
Oct 25 2012, 10:55PM
Get Office 2013 for free if you buy Office 2010
Even if you are happy with Office 2010 it might be worth grabbing this upgrade as the offer is only valid for a limited period.
Oct 22 2012, 2:00PM
Word 2013: Editing PDFs, Read Mode, touch control explained
Want to know more about Microsoft Word 2013? Read about the new Read Mode, how easy (or hard) it is to control with a touchscreen, PDF editing and more.
Oct 11 2012, 4:12PM
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