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What does Microsoft Office 2016 without a license run?
Whilst Microsoft encourages people to get their latest Microsoft Word productivity software by signing up for the latest version of Microsoft Word 365 (home and/or business), those who avoid subscription can still buy the latest Bit. One-off purchases of the 2016 version - either for Windows PC or Mac - cost $149 for Home & Student, $229 for Home and Home and Professional and $399 for Professional.
Office Home & Student 2016 contains Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote 2016. Home & Business Office 2016 encompasses Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Outlook 2016. Professional versions include Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher and Access. By comparison, the Office 2013 release of Windows costs $140 for Home & Student, $220 for Home & Business and $400 for Office 2013 Professional.
The 2011 price for Home & Student is $120 and $200 for Home & Business. An annual $70 per year is required for subscribing to Microsoft Word 365 Personal (including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher, and Access) for Mac or Personal (plus a phone). An annual $100 per month fee is charged for a Home Account for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher and Access for up to five PCs/Macs and five mobile devices.
Service 365 subscription prices differ by schedule, some, but not all, of which contain the right to access and run the service on your workstation. The" perpetual"/boxedOffice 2016 version represents a "snapshot" of the functions. That is, these editions are not upgraded several a year, unlike the Microsoft Offices that are available through Microsoft Office 365 Personal, Home, or Microsoft Exchange members.
In July, when Microsoft provided Office 2016 for Mac for Office 365 use, government agencies said the firm was planning to provide an unsubscribed/packaged copy of the new Suite in September.