MS Office 2016 Standard MOLP

Microsoft Office 2016 Standard, MOLP License only

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Product Overview Do your best work with the Office 2016 apps. The features help you get things done quickly and with fewer steps, easily create with others, and take your documents on the go.

Microsoft Open License Business
Microsoft Open License is a software volume licensing program designed for corporate, government, charity, and academic customers who order as few as five licenses. After the initial order, customers can benefit from volume pricing for all licenses for the remainder of the term of their Open License authorization number.

Open License Business offers savings on estimated retail prices by placing an initial order for five or more licenses or one server processor license. With Open License Business, customers can combine any set of Microsoft products to qualify for the five-license minimum.
Features Product Type: Licence
Category: Office applications - office applications - office suite
Licence Qty: 1 PC
Licence Pricing: Volume
Licensing Program MOLP: Open Business
Platform: Windows
Language: Single Language
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Duration:
1 months
Type:
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DOA Period:
1 days
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MS Office 2016 Standard MOLP
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