Office Pro side by side comparison for OEM, Retail, and Volume License. Download yours today.


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Awhile back there were a few threads floating through the MSSMALLBIZ User Group regarding the differences between the OEM and Volume License rights for Office Pro. Some of these questions pertained to my, “OEM Office for Terminal Services? You might want to check that EULA…” post while some others applied to my, “Answer to a question on how Microsoft Office is licensed in a Terminal Services environment and why OEM Office doesn’t cover it, in plain English” post. One of the comments made during the thread was that while there are websites with charts that show the different programs included in Office, there was no document that Partners could use to quickly point out the license type differences (OEM, Retail, and Volume License) that they could use.


Well, now you have one. I have put together a new Office Professional “Red/Green” chart for Office Professional 2007 and have even included the Part #s for the various license types, including the up-front and the spread payments options for Open Value. You can download this document now


Thank you and have a wonderful day,


Eric Ligman
Microsoft US Senior Manager
Small Business Community Engagement
This posting is provided “AS IS” with no warranties, and confers no rights


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Comments (7)

  1. What the h3ll is Microsoft thinking?!?!  You mean that if I need to open a Word document or an Excel

  2. Since my, " Office Pro side by side comparison for OEM, Retail, and Volume License. Download yours

  3. I post this because I actually saw a reseller earlier today trying to locate Office 2003 Retail Box product

  4. I have seen a conversation taking place in one of the online forums about how Microsoft Office is licensed

  5. I have seen a conversation taking place in one of the online forums about how Microsoft Office is licensed