Yes seconded and also now you can use it on six devices, not five as before,
I think they changed it in October.
I run a group on groups.io, to join the group:
facebook page at bestcircleoffriends, just do a search for it.
Skype with me on adriencollins06
From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> On Behalf Of Steve
Sent: 02 January 2019 09:02
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Office 365 accessibility advantages
I dont get how you say its more expensive long term.
Its currently £59.00 for a single annual subscription for one PC for Office
365. To buy a full copy of Office outright is about £250.00. This works
out to about three and a half years up front payment. In that three and a
half years, you are getting all the upgrades with a subscription, but with a
full purchase, you are stuck on the version you bought.
Help me to understand how a subscription is more expensive?
All the best
From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> On Behalf Of Peter
Bentley (Redacted sender "bentleypd31" for DMARC)
Sent: 01 January 2019 11:29
Subject: [access-uk] Office 365 accessibility advantages
I understand the advantages in the subscription approach, particularly the
claim that it is continually being updated in the area of screen reader use.
However it is considerably more expensive long-term.
I currently use Office 2010. My questions are:
1. Is 2019 significantly more accessible in some of the more difficult
2. The claim is that Microsoft is continually making improvements in this
area. How true is this and how significant are the changes.
I realise that you pay your money and make a choice but for the average home
user who is basically coping though struggling in some areas, is the extra