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License Packs via Amazon

Microsoft has offered volume licensing for a long time, but it's now easier than ever to buy multiple-license packs for Microsoft products. That's because you can order them through amazon.com when you're picking up your next round of books, CDs, and kitchen equipment. The details are at www.amazon.com/ exec/obidos/tg/browse/-/516912/. Amazon is offering the service in conjunction with established vendor License Online. You can also order licenses for products from Symantec, McAfee, Trend Micro, Executive Software and others.

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