How would you like a complimentary copy of Office Professional 2007?

Unless you're still partying like it was 1999, you realize it's now the year 2007.  A little bit has happened since 1999 and we've been busy producing great products.  We're going to give away one of those products at the TechNet events...  you might have heard of it...


Microsoft® Office Professional 2007 !!!


What's the catch?

There's always a catch.  First of all, you need to come and attend one of our events.  How do you attend?  Well, you need to go register at  Keep in mind the event venues have a finite capacity and we also have a limited number of copies of the product to give away.

Here's the legal language around this:

*FREE copy of Microsoft Office Professional 2007 and Microsoft Office Groove 2007. Offer good only to registered attendees of event on the date they attend, while supplies last. This offer is nontransferable. Limit one item each per attendee. Taxes, if any, are the sole responsibility of the recipient. The free software will be distributed as a downloadable file. To download the software, an access code will be required. The access code must be claimed onsite at event.

So register, come and have fun!!! 

Oh, and for those of you that are developers, you'll also notice the MSDN developer events are strategically placed on the TechNet website as well.  They are also doing the same thing, however, you cannot get a copy of the product from each event.  Only one per person per event day.  Sorry. 

[UPDATE]  I updated the legal language above.  It's still very similar but we added detail around the download (hope you have fiber), and we added Groove 2007 as another product you'll receive.  Fyi on the download... I've been downloading Office Beta and RC bits for months and it's far smaller than Windows Vista so don't get too worried about the download. 

[Second Update] I updated the registration link since it will scale for more visitors.

Comments (3)

  1. Graham Nickalls says:

    That is greaty information but are there any presentations in Ontario up here in Canada?



  2. castrunk says:

    Don’t feel bad…there’s nothing in Minneapolis too!

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