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How do I leech off my college programs?

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flyingpig
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Mar3-11, 10:45 PM
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I am just wondering, is it true that if my college has MS word and I don't have it (welll I do, but it expired), then I can get it for free from my school?


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Pengwuino
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Mar3-11, 10:49 PM
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Probably not but schools usually have huge discounts for software.

See google.
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Mar3-11, 10:51 PM
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Probably not but schools usually have huge discounts for software.

See google.
Hold on, my tuition fee is not enough to cover those trivial expenses?

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Mar3-11, 10:55 PM
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How do I leech off my college programs?

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Hold on, my tuition fee is not enough to cover those trivial expenses?
No. Deal with it.
flyingpig
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Mar3-11, 10:57 PM
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Who/where should I pay a visit?
KrisOhn
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Mar3-11, 11:37 PM
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Check and see if your school has an agreement with the MSDNAA. My school has one such that if you are enrolled in any computer science class past a certain period of time, you can get a small subset of Microsoft software for free; the most useful of which (IMO) are Windows 7 Professional and Visual Studio 2008.


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