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Difference in Office 2013 Pro and Home and Business

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I currently use Office 2010 Pro.  I am thinking about upgrading to Office 2013.  Office 2013 Pro is quite a bit more expensive than Office Home and Business.  Just wondering what the real differences are.  I need to have Access.  Is it included in Home and Business?

Is there a link that tells you what's in each?
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Microsoft offers a chart comparing the different versions of Office 2013 here:
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/buy/compare-microsoft-office-products-FX102898564.aspx


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No, Access is not included in the Home and Business version.

HTH,
Dan
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You get:

In Home and Business: Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Outlook.

In Professional: The above plus (+) Microsoft Publisher and Access.
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You can purchase MS Publisher and MS Access separately as well if you think you might be needing them in the future.

(Personally I like Access 2010 better anyways)
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Thank you
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