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Old 05-03-2015, 07:27 AM   #1
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Hi all,

I volunteer for a charity and have just discovered that I might be able to get Office 2013 at a reduced price because of this. I use Office 2003 in my volunteer work at present.

However I cannot find out definitively what the differences in licence types are.?

I have the option of MOLP A, MOLP B, or Select.

Would anyone be able to advise the differences please.?

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Re: Microsoft licence types

I also do a lot of volunteer work for certified non-profits.
at a meeting, Microsoft did say they offer an Office 365 free license for certified non-profits. I just didn't go that route. I would then fall into the support person for all the beginners. That is more time than I am willing to provide.

In the US, a Non-Profit is a 501(c) or that type of incorporation.
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Re: Microsoft licence types

Well TBH I was looking at this to upgrade my access 2003, which I use for the charity at the end of the year importing quicken transactions.

I've asked the charity about it and am waiting to hear back from them.

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