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Trial version of Access 2002 or later

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I'm seeking a trail version of access 2002 or later.  Or someone to sell me theirs for say $25 or less.  
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shanesuebsahakarn earned 125 total points
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Given that Access 2K2 is worth over $300 retail (I forget the exact price), good luck in finding takers.

However, a trial version of Office 2K3 is available here:
http://www.microsoft.com/uk/office/trial/default.mspx
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Thats why I'm seeking a trial version.
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downloadable preferablly. I've looked on ms website. But don't see anything. I would have thought they'd want to hook me with that strategy, like they do with windows. Aren't SOME of the other office apps availble via trail?
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The link I gave you should take you to the "Order Trial Version" page, but I don't think it is downloadable.
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Thats correct. Its for ordering a cd..............for the entire sutie. Thanks anyway.
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