* Microsoft Office for Macintosh 2011
* Microsoft Office Pro Plus 2010
* Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 32 Bit Upgrade
* Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit Upgrade
* Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 32 Bit Upgrade
* Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit Upgrade
Microsoft Office 2008 for Mac includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Entourage.
Microsoft Office Pro Plus 2010 includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Access, Publisher, InfoPath, SharePoint Workspace and Communicator.
Microsoft Windows 7 Professional (32-bit or 64-bit) is the long-awaited successor to the ubiquitous Windows Vista operating system. Building upon Vista's impressive feature set, Windows 7 adds many features which simplify the way you use your PC, as well as the way that your PC connects to the world.
Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate (32-bit or 64-bit) gives you everything Home Premium and Professional offers—plus added security features and the flexibility to work in multiple languages. Create a home network and share all of your favorite photos, videos, and music. You can even watch TV programs for free, whenever and wherever you want
Minimum requirements: Windows 98 or Mac OS X.
Students, Faculty, Staff and Institution (with Stanford University ID Card).
This software does not come with support, but Microsoft has extensive information on its website.
For help with Microsoft Office:
Microsoft OneNote 2007
Information specific to the Mac:
Help with product activation may be found here:
Can I buy more than one product?
You are entitled to purchase one license only for each product offered. Different platforms (i.e. Windows or Mac) and different versions (i.e. Office Pro 2003 or Office Pro Plus 2007) count as separate products, and you may purchase both.
What if I have more than one computer?
Microsoft Office products may be installed on two machines - either a home and office, or desktop and laptop, or an old computer and a new one. Operating system licenses may only be used on one computer. If you have more than one computer using the same operating system, you will have to purchase additional OS licenses from the Bookstore. If you have a licensing issue related to your installs, you can contact Microsoft's licensing department directly. See http://support.microsoft.com/kb/828958 or more information.
Can I return the software if I don't like/need it?
All sales are final. Software is not returnable, except in very special cases. When you pick up your software from us, please make sure it is exactly what you wanted.
Can I buy the software for a friend, as a gift?
No. You must sign the license agreement when you make your purchase, so you must come in person, with your student ID, and may not purchase the products for anyone else.
What happens when I am no longer a student?
Your student status is relevant at the time of purchase only. When you purchase the software and sign the agreement, you own the license to use the software, even after you graduate or leave the University.
Does the software come with any documentation?
No, sorry. Although you are purchasing the same software you would anywhere else, you get a CD only, in a sealed plastic envelope. No fancy box or documentation. Microsoft has a web site full of information, and you will get a phone number to call for installation issues.
Does the software come with technical support, or upgrades?
No. It is Microsoft's policy not to provide upgrade rights with the purchase of their software. Each package you purchase is separate and complete. If you wish to upgrade, you will have to purchase a new product. We will always offer the latest version available. Technical support is also not included. You should be able to get help from a variety of venues on campus. Here is a good place to start: ithelp.stanford.edu
I've heard that only two installs are allowed. What happens when my system crashes a second time after I've installed the software?
The software recognizes similarities in your system and knows if you are reinstalling on the same computer. If you install a new hard drive, which will be recognized as a different computer, or purchase a new computer, you can call Microsoft and let them know what you are doing. The number to call will show up in your software, and you will need your copy of your license agreement with the Microsoft Select contract number.