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The accessibility improvements more than justify this. Office 365
is considerably more accessible over time, and has features that
never make it into the three year releases of office.
On 5/13/2020 10:41 AM, Gene wrote:
I would think that, considering
the legitimagte places to get Office cheaply, that subscribing
for a monthly fee may be considerably more costly over time.
Unless you need the most current version for some reason, the
subscription model seems like a bad deal to me.
Those who know the prices of
buying Office and subscribing to it may be able to give
examples of cost
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Sent: Wednesday, May 13, 2020 10:33 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Office 365 with NVDA
I know I won’t move from 2016
to 2019 or 365, but I will continue to get updates to 2016.
2016 is not dead, it is still
alive in the software world.
Yes, you wont get 2019 or 365 automatically,
you will stay with 2016. With a 365 subscription you always
get the newest release of Office.
I have Office 2016, it gets
updates at no extra cost.
Am I missing something?
The main advantage of Microsoft 365 is that
Office stays up-to-date at no extra cost.
What are the advantages
and disadvantages of Office 365 with NVDA? Will it find my
account in office 2016?