|12 Sep 2012||#1|
Microsoft preps its Office 2013 upgrade program
Just as it does with Windows, Microsoft typically offers its Office customers an upgrade guarantee program, allowing them to buy the current version of a product with a free or discounted upgrade to the next one being part of the package.
One of my contacts said the Office 2013 upgrade guarantee will begin in about a month's time -- specifically on October 19. If this is correct, users purchasing Office 2010 between that date and the end of the covered period (which my same contact said is April 30, 2013) will get some kind of guaranteed upgrade to Office 2013 once it is generally available.
Microsoft officials have not shared public guidance as to Office 2013's planned release-to-manufacturing (RTM) or general availability dates. My sources have heard that the RTM target is November 2012, with general availability slated for February 2013. (Those with TechNet/MSDN and volume-licensing agreements would likely get the final bits shortly after they RTM.)
Microsoft preps its Office 2013 upgrade program | Microsoft - CNET News
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|16 Sep 2012||#6|
I have Office 2012 Pro, I will stick with that version for awhile even after release as I see no need to run out and spend that kind of money to buy the latest and greatest version. When my current version lets me check my email, and not have to open my browser every time. It allows me to make my word documents that I need for college and make my power points and anything else. it works just fine so I highly won't be upgrading when its release. Now if i was still running Office 2003 I would highly upgrade then.
Thats just what i think, many of you may have different thoughts.
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