Giveaway: Win Office Professional 2010 ($499.99 value) (Back to School Giveaway)

Did you know that Microsoft offers students a special discount on this productivity suite? For only $99.95 students can get Office Pro Academic 2010, which is packed with the same applications as Office Professional 2010─Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Publisher and Access─ at less than a sixth of the cost!

Tips and Tricks

  • Show your readers! Embed PowerPoint and Excel documents into your blog with just a few easy steps. Share top 10 lists or how to’s via an embedded PowerPoint 2010 or PowerPoint for Mac 2011 photo slide show in the school newsletter blog.
  • Capture and organize all your class notes in one place with Microsoft OneNote 2010. You can even insert audio clips, videos,screenshots, conversations or emails from classmates.
  • Add quick edits to photos in Word and PowerPoint in both Office 2010 and Office for Mac 2011. Also edit audio and format videosin PowerPoint. No special photo editing programs needed here.
  • Can’t focus on your term paper with emails and IMs popping up? Maximize your on-screen space in Word 2011for Mac with Full Screen View, letting you focus on your reading and writing while blocking out all other windows and menus.
  • Share ideas and information via the Broadcast Slide Show feature in PowerPoint 2010, as part of your group presentation, so classmates can view the content at the same time.
  • Create your own custom OneNote notebook for your next 30-page biology paper with Microsoft OneNote 2010. You can see firsthand the benefits of having your research, notes, bibliography information and ideas in one easy-to-view location.
  • Help your year book committee manage the budget with Microsoft Excel 2010 and Excel for Mac 2011 and on-the-go with Excel Mobile 2010 on your Windows Phone 7.
  • Last minute changes to a newsletter or PowerPoint slide are easier than ever with the Reorder Objects tool in Office 2011 for Mac.Rearrange your pictures and graphics with a couple simple clicks, rather than taking apart the whole document.
  • Make sure your squad hits their fundraising goals! Use Microsoft Excel 2010 to keep track of how much money you have raised at each event and use the charting and graphing features to illustrate great results.
  • Use Microsoft Word 2010 for more than the standard book report. Take advantage of the photo tools and free templates to create posters and flyers that pop!

For more information about these tips and other time-saving tricks check out www.office.com.

Win It!

The Bargain Network has a product key for Office Professional 2010, (retail value of $499.99) to giveaway just in time for back to school! How awesome is that!

Use the form below to enter the giveaway. Comments DO NOT count as entries. Please note — all entries will be verified.

Thank you to Become A Coupon Queen for acquiring this amazing giveaway.

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Comments

  1. Paula Skeans says:

    Thanks would love to win this!!!:)

  2. Kim Hutcheson says:

    I really need this…all the features are awesome. As a student in college and single mom of 3 boys, this could really come in handy. Word, powerpoint, making posters for fundraisers. I love it ..all …must have.

  3. hanh nguyen says:

    I would love to win this for my son

  4. NW Homesteader says:

    Wow!!! That is a great giveaway!!!

  5. Laura Upton says:

    I use Word and Excel to organize my grocery lists and coupons. We use PowerPoint for presentations at church. I’d most likely give this to my niece who is a senior in high school, because she could really get a lot of use out of it!

  6. I love that it includes power point. My husband always needs to use power point for lectures. I also like that the full screen option can block out interruptions. I did not know it could do that.

  7. Gretchen Gerth says:

    I love Excel, I like all of the programs available in Office, but I love Excel.

  8. D Schmidt says:

    Love the OneNote option because it provides one place you can compile information but is also searchable.

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  9. I like access for the ability to quickly update thousands of records and save your steps so things can be repeated.

  10. shannon o says:

    I just love the programs. I love making spreadsheets in excel.

  11. I would love to enter this contest but this is the only form I see.

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