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using microsoft office from central server

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I have some sometime users of microsoft office, so obviously don't want to buy a full blown office pro for each computer.
what kinds of options do I have for using a central server to distribute office as needed.
I know I can use a remote desktop which requires a license and a licensed copy of office for each remote desktop that is connected.

Is there any other ways of accomplishing the same thing without a remote desktop?

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