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The title bar displays "non-commercial use" when you start an Office Home and Student 2007, 2010 or 2013 program
When you start a Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010 or 2007
program, the title bar of the program displays the name of the program followed
by "non-commercial use." For example, Microsoft Office Excel 2007 displays
"Microsoft Excel non-commercial use" or "Book1 - Microsoft Excel non-commercial
The "non-commercial use" text is based on the Microsoft Software License Terms for Office Home and Student 2010 or 2007 products.
In the Microsoft Software License Terms, the "non-commercial use" text identifies the use of the product. You may install one licensed copy of the software on three devices in your household. The software is not licensed for any commercial business activities, nonprofit business activities, or revenue-generating business activities.
To find the Microsoft Software License Terms, follow these
steps, as appropriate for your situation.
Office Home and Student Office 2013
- Start and Office program.
- On the File (Backstage) tab, click Account.
- Click About (Product name: Word, Excel etc..), in the window that opens, click View the Microsift Software License Trems link.
Office Home and Student Office 2010
- Start any Office program.
- On the File (Backstage) tab, click
- On the right side under Microsoft Office, click the Microsoft Software License Terms link.
Office Home and Student Office 2007
- Start Excel, Word 2007, PowerPoint, or Access.
- Click the Microsoft Office Button, and
then click Program_Name Options.
- On the Resource tab, click
- Click View the Microsoft Software License
Article ID: 937676 - Last Review: December 10, 2012 - Revision: 4.0
- Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010
- Microsoft Office Home and Student 2007
- Microsoft Office Home and Student 2013
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