My nephew Jeff (the technical guru in the family) sent along a tip for software he recommends for high school and college students at a great price:
“The Microsoft Office Home and Student 2007 from Buy.com may be of interest to your readership. It definitely goes along with the “back to school” theme of your recent blog posts. The Home & Student suite comes with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and a note-taking program called OneNote . It’s great for saving those little bits of useful information that don’t fit anywhere else. Anyway, $85 is a good price, especially considering the license allows it to be installed on three computers.
As you might imagine, with a name like “Home and Student,” the license for this version doesn’t allow for commercial use."
Thanks, Jeff! (I noticed that OneNote retails for $99 itself - so it is a very good deal!)
This fits in perfectly with an article from PC Magazine, 12 Tools to Keep Your School Life Organized, which lists software to help college students organize their studies, time, social life, diet, entertainment, and more!
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