Surviving as a Student- Microsoft Office is a Life Saver!

The new school year is here, and you’ve got a lot to think about when it comes to new classes, new teachers and a whole bunch of new assignments.

You don’t want to have to worry about software on top of all that, so luckily Microsoft has everything you need in one simple Office package.

Office is more than just a way to create the odd document, it’s a full productivity package with a range of products which are both accessible and powerful.


The suite includes: Word, PowerPoint, Excel, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher and Access – everything you’ll need for school or college and the rest of your day as well.

Word ensures your spelling and grammar are as perfect as possible, while also supplying plenty of templates for the most common types of documents. PowerPoint will make your presentations shine and you’ll be able to get all the data you need in Excel spreadsheets.

OneNote is perfect for students as it lets you take down quick notes or more exhaustive documents quickly and easily, with a comprehensive filing and ordering system so you’ll never lose them. And you can keep all of your emails in one central place with Outlook.

Office has way more to offer too with the wonder of OneDrive. This is a cloud service which instantly uploads the latest version of whatever you’re working on. That means that no matter where you are you’ll be able to grab your essay, even if you left your laptop at home. You’ll never have an excuse for forgetting your homework again!

MS Office users get an extra 1 Terabyte of storage so you’re pretty much guaranteed to never run out of room and the connected experience means you’re constantly updated to the latest version of Office for free.

What’s more, your subscription works anywhere so you can log in to your iPad, download the app and you’ll have the same software plus the most up to date version of your files on the go.

Find out more about your new Microsoft Office subscription at Harvey Norman.


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