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Over one billion people use Microsoft Office worldwide. In its tenure, Office has gone from a plucky set of productivity apps to a near-ubiquitous facet of professional, personal and academic life. Yet, it is still the norm for users to use the subscription-based model and regularly need to upgrade to the newest version, despite likely still using the same core functions of the programs. 
The modern iteration of Microsoft Office comes in various packages, with two, in particular, that could be exciting to regular users. During our Deal Days event, Mac and Windows users can get a lifetime license for the six or eight essential Microsoft Office programs, complete with regular updates and no annual subscription, for just $53. This is the lowest price you’ll find on Office, but this deal ends July 14.
For Mac users, this bundle comes with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote and Teams. These are the same familiar apps you may have used a thousand times before but made permanent. For instance, Word is a business essential for writers from all walks of life. It’s the most popular word processor in the world mainly due to the constantly updating menu of templates and writing resources Microsoft gives users. 
Meanwhile, you can use Excel to pull data from outside websites and organize it. PowerPoint comes with the most up-to-date themes, animations, and slide transitions. Each program will remain updated and available on your computer for life, with no recurring payments or licensing fees.
Microsoft users can access two more programs: Publisher and Access. The Former is a visual design program for printables like flyers and brochures. If you want to create appealing marketing materials or even just an enticing dinner invitation, Publisher is easy to use and can help you produce quick results. Access is a database that simplifies the storage and analysis of large sets of information. Unlike many comparable databases, once you have it, there are no recurring fees. It’s yours for life to grow along with your work. 
The Microsoft Office Professional for Windows and the Microsoft Office Home and Business for Mac Lifetime Licenses are on sale for $52.99 during the Deal Days Promotion. This sale continues until July 14 and requires no coupon code to redeem your savings. 
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