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I just bought this HP as it was within my budget.  The OS is windows 7 Home Premium and the System type is 64 bit.
I have the Office 2010 Starter version.  Not quite sure whether I could use this for very simple stuff without having to purchase the real full version.  Can I use this starter version the Access, Excel and Word programs? Or is there a time period before I have to buy the full version. thank u
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There is usually a 60 day trial period before you have to buy the full version.  Pricing here: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/buy/office-2010-pricing-information-HA101810737.aspx  You have to get Office Professional to get Access.
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