Back to School special, Ashampoo Office 2010 for $4.99

Ashampoo is having a sale just in time for Back to School. If you’re looking for a decent Office suite, but don’t want to shell out the hundreds of bucks it takes to get Microsoft Office, you can grab this bundle and get plenty of computing power. I gave this a test run awhile back and thought it was really good. It had plenty of features. I have to say, $4.99 is pretty damn hard to beat. Really, the only thing you can do better is grab LibreOffice which is free.

No matter if you’re a beginner or a pro: with Ashampoo Office 2010 you will always achieve perfect results fast and easy – in office as well as at home

Ashampoo Office 2010 is a powerful, efficient, yet easy to handle office software that serves the needs of both private users and companies. Create extensive documents fast and with total ease, streamline and enhance your spreadsheets with meaningful charts, and grab your audience’s attention with multimedia-based presentations – and pay less. Ashampoo Office 2010 costs only a fraction of what other well-known software costs.

With the word processor Ashampoo TextMaker, the spreadsheet Ashampoo PlanMaker, and the presentation graphics program Ashampoo Presentations, Ashampoo Office 2010 provides you with the most important applications for home and office use alike. Ashampoo Office 2010 offers superior compatibility to Microsoft Office 2007 and OpenOffice, i.e. it reads and writes Word, Excel and PowerPoint files with highest accuracy. The program even enables you to set your default file types to Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

And best of all: you can simply install Ashampoo Office 2010 on a USB stick – and never leave your home without your office suite ever again.

 

Ashampoo Office 2010 – $4.99

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