Nothing really astounding, at least not yet. The Notebook function seems useful, although a little hokey with the ruled page look. I bought the student/teacher version, and it comes with three licenses, just right for what I have at home. I wish there was one more licence so I could install it in my office too, but what the heck, I can live with Office X over there.<br><br>
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Three licenses huh? That's actually pretty darn good for MS. Apple won't even let me use a copy of OSX on my desktop and laptop. <br><br>What made you decide to buy it? I've only read one review of it, and I can't remember a single reason for upgrading.<br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by Trog on 05/14/04 05:25 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
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