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  1. Forgewizard's Avatar
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    Hmmmm, since Office 2010 seems to be the SkyDrive programs in use - then does that mean I don't have to actually purchase MS Office 2010 for my home PCs? Since I can create a document directly on Skydrive - what would I need a home install for?
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    Feature set. You can do a lot of basic things with it, it's fine for home use. But there are limitations.
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    As long as you only want to use office when you have an internet connection.
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    Have fun creating any kind of decently complex spreadsheet on your phone
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    As mentioned, Skydrive features are very limited. Plus, there's no Outlook on Skydrive. Also, MS sells a lot of Office 2010 to businesses who don't want their documents in the cloud. For personal use, there's no reason to get Office 2010.

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