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Quyen Arana <[log in to unmask]>
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Sun, 26 Oct 2003 09:08:51 -0600
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Is OMRF under any such contract? Are we still paying per license?


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> From: "McCanlies, Jeff (HSC)" <[log in to unmask]>
> Date: Thu Oct 16, 2003  8:56:53 AM US/Central
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: MS Office 2003 Enterprise Edition
> Reply-To: OUHSC Technical Support Users Group 
> <[log in to unmask]>
> Under our campus agreement we are entitled to upgrade to Office 2003 
> before the official release date which is October 21st.  If you are 
> not familiar with the new Enterprise edition, it is the same as the 
> existing Pro edition except it contains InfoPath.  Also with the new 
> 2003 edition, MS has added Publisher.  Wasn't that nice of them?  As 
> always you need to report your installations at
> I haven't had a chance to add all the options but they will be:
> Word 2003
> Excel 2003
> Outlook 2003
> PowerPoint 2003
> Access 2003
> Publisher 2003
> Infopath 2003
> Office Professional Enterprise 2003
> Office Professional 2003
> If you only install Word for a user, just report that one product.  If 
> you install the whole suite including InfoPath choose the Enterprise 
> option and so on.  The reason I would like you to be specific about 
> what you install is that every spring we do an audit of the agreement 
> to evaluate our return on investment.  I really appreciate you 
> reporting your installs timely and accurately. 
> I am starting to burn some copies today.  Tony is out today and 
> tomorrow so if you want a copy you need to come by and pick one up.  
> If you can wait until next week, we can run it by your office > sometime.
> If you need more information about the new edition start at this link:
> Keith and Mike Lynn, don't worry, I am putting yours in campus mail 
> tomorrow.  Hah, I beat you to it!
> Jeff McCanlies
> University of OK, Health Sciences Center
> Manager - IT Support Services
> 1100 N. Lindsay Ave., SCB 101B
> Oklahoma City, OK  73104
> Phone:  (405) 271-8664
> Fax:  (405) 271-3627
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J Quyen Arana
Information Technology Director
Oklahoma Science Project
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