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When did you purchase Office, and do you have a receipt?

The Office Pre-Launch Offer has two distinct periods for this offer:

  • Eligibility Period: from October 19, 2012 to April 30, 2013: You must purchase, install, and activate your Office 2010 or Office for Mac 2011 product. You may sign up at Office.com/offer to be notified by email when the products are ready for download.
  • Redemption Period – from the availability dates of the new Office to May 31, 2013: If you signed up, you will receive an email from Microsoft when the new Office is ready for download. You must redeem the offer at Office.com/offer within the redemption period.

If you purchased it between the qualifying dates then yes, Office Home and Student 2010 is eligible for a free upgrade to 2013.

Other requirerements are found at: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/offer/pre-launch-offer-details-and-terms-FX102902434.aspx#Qualifying

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When did you purchase Office, and do you have a receipt?

The Office Pre-Launch Offer has two distinct periods for this offer:

  • Eligibility Period: from October 19, 2012 to April 30, 2013: You must purchase, install, and activate your Office 2010 or Office for Mac 2011 product. You may sign up at Office.com/offer to be notified by email when the products are ready for download.
  • Redemption Period – from the availability dates of the new Office to May 31, 2013: If you signed up, you will receive an email from Microsoft when the new Office is ready for download. You must redeem the offer at Office.com/offer within the redemption period.

If you purchased it between the qualifying dates then yes, Office Home and Student 2010 is eligible for a free upgrade to 2013.

Other requirerements are found at: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/offer/pre-launch-offer-details-and-terms-FX102902434.aspx#Qualifying

 

thank you grooveDexter. i have signed up and i will just have to wait for the e-mail you are talking about. once again thank you for your helpkindly kathy

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