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@scheng1 (24807)
Singapore
April 14, 2016 3:08am CST
I have a problem with the licensing of Word Starter 2010. While I am trying to fix the problem, I search for alternative online so that I can write while the repair is being done to my starter kit. I found that I can use free word document just by signing up with Microsoft. This is the first post that I write with free Word Document online. The best thing is that the document is auto-saved, and I can download to my computer later on. The original document will be saved online. That means I can reduce the storage space on my computer. I think I am getting used to life in the cloud. Everything is stored online, and that reduces the need to buy word processing document.
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@toniganzon (49185)
• Philippines
14 Apr 16
Great though I don't have any idea what that is. I am familiar with microsoft word since I have been using it from the time I started using a computer. But when i switched to mac, I hardly use that anymore.
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@scheng1 (24807)
• Singapore
14 Apr 16
You can use the free Word document without downloading. In fact, you can use the whole MS office free of charge at
Collaborate for free with online versions of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and OneNote. Save documents, spreadsheets, and presentations online, in OneDrive. Share them with others and work together at the same time.
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@toniganzon (49185)
• Philippines
15 Apr 16
@scheng1 Thanks but i don't have a need for that in my macbook pro.
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@skysnap (17819)
14 Apr 16
I use online word app and the free version is more than enough for my needs. I wish I can get rid of desktop version but i have to keep it considering i work on slow internet.
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@scheng1 (24807)
• Singapore
14 Apr 16
The online word app is good for Mylot. If you want to write an article of 400 words, then that is not good. It will be better to have a desktop version.
@skysnap (17819)
14 Apr 16
@scheng1 yes but desktop veersion is a bit slow for my machine. hope to add windows 10 soon.
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@hoong143 (1417)
• Malaysia
14 Apr 16
Thanks for sharing. Last time I tried Apache Open Office. But, I found it is not so nice.
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@scheng1 (24807)
• Singapore
14 Apr 16
You should try the free MS office online version. I think good enough. We do not have to buy any MS office for home use.
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@hoong143 (1417)
• Malaysia
14 Apr 16
@scheng1 Good idea. I will try it. Thanks.
@just4him (113238)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
14 Apr 16
I had Word 10 on my other computer, but I didn't own 10, so the only one I have is Word 7 which is what everything is in until I can get the funds together to get Word 10 or the most recent version of Word.
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@scheng1 (24807)
• Singapore
15 Apr 16
You might as well try the free online version of the MS office. If you like it, you can use it instead of spending to get version 10. The online version is definitely the latest version.
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@nonersays (2699)
• United States
14 Apr 16
I have Open Office on my computer. I woudln't want to always use an online editor because I like to be able to type even if I don't have internet access.
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@scheng1 (24807)
• Singapore
15 Apr 16
You can use offline version to type, and then you can use the online version to check. The one installed in my computer is the 2010 starter version which comes with the purchase of this computer. I do not know if it is offered free of charge.
• Philippines
14 Apr 16
Well, i got word and note pad were I can write my post or something. I have an account in ms office on their site. there's just so many limits there, wished i could just download a 2013 version of ms office.
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@scheng1 (24807)
• Singapore
14 Apr 16
No need to download MS Office. You can use for free online. You just go to their official website
Collaborate for free with online versions of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and OneNote. Save documents, spreadsheets, and presentations online, in OneDrive. Share them with others and work together at the same time.