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Old 03-21-2021, 11:37 AM   #4
Steve Rindsberg
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>> Over the years, I have found that the official Microsoft help web site never, ever provides any useful help. Never.

Having been one of the volunteers on one section of Answers since it started and on several other forums of theirs for years before that, I'd disagree with that as a general assessment. But certainly some of the sections are better than others.

>> as a stand-alone it sells for $135. That, to me, suggests that it should be suitable for the kinds of things a "professional" might need or want to do

Or that MS really REALLY wants you to buy the full Office package. But definitely odd that they don't include a program like Publisher, which really seems more useful to the home/hobbyist type, in the home/non-business versions of Office.

A lot of the things their marketing "experts" come up with strike me as odd, though.

   
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