NOTE MADE 28 JAN 2011
Free Microsoft Office and Microsoft Publisher trials
Visit the new Office 2010 page on the small business website for more information and free trials of Office Home & Business 2010 and Office Professional 2010.
Microsoft Publisher has always been – and continues to be – one of Microsoft’s most popular applications. Part of the Office suite, Publisher 2007 has now been superseded by Publisher 2010, and is part of the Microsoft Office 2010 suite of applications. You can get a free trial of Office Home & Business 2010 (which doesn’t include Publisher), a free trial of Office Professional 2010 (which does include Publisher) or a stand-alone free trial of Office Publisher 2010 on the Office Online website.
And now… back to the original post
Fancy a freebie? You can try the new (and much easier to use!) Microsoft Office suite of applications free of charge for 60 days. Office 2007 Small Business Edition includes:
- Word 2007
- Excel 2007
- PowerPoint 2007
- Publisher 2007
- Outlook 2007 with Business Contact Manager
More information about Office 2007 features and system requirements can be found on our Small Business Centre website.
To get started, follow these steps:
- Visit the Microsoft Office Small Business 2007 trial page and click the “Try Now for FREE!” button. You will be taken to a page with a registration form
- Fill out the form and submit
- Write down the 25-character trial “product key” you see displayed on the page after submitting the form
- Click the “Download” button
To begin the trial, you must activate the software using the product key (you can either activate the program when you install it, or later). To find out more about the trial, the FAQs page will (should) have the answers you’re looking for.
Try it out – and let us know what you think