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Excel 2010 - free?

dinyulldinyull Posts: 2,964
edited September 2017 in The cake stop
Quick question slightly clutching at straws.

I want to be able to use Excel 2010 on my personal laptop - this is not work related so can't get a copy from them.

Does anywhere offer a free download???

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  • Try OpenOffice Calc. It's a free alternative to MS Office. Some functionality is not as good but you can still view and edit XML files
  • wongataawongataa Posts: 944
    Dinyull wrote:
    Quick question slightly clutching at straws.

    I want to be able to use Excel 2010 on my personal laptop - this is not work related so can't get a copy from them.

    Does anywhere offer a free download???
    Not legally.
  • cougiecougie Posts: 22,512
    What's the Google version ?
  • jgsijgsi Posts: 5,029
    Google Docs probably has the bases covered.
  • chris_basschris_bass Posts: 4,913
    yeah google docs is pretty good you can open and save as xlsx
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  • shazzzshazzz Posts: 1,071
    Check out the Microsoft Home Use Programme. If your employer is a member then you can buy the whole Office suite for around a tenner. I think you can check if your employer is a member on the HUP website.
    Otherwise Google Sheets and Docs are good.
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