Originally Posted by maher_tyler
Being in the Air Force...they have a program set up to where we can get the entire MS Office for like $20. I had it on my Sony Vaio before my wife spilled a glass of water on it.
Yeah, I did the same thing a while back but I recall there being a note about you were only supposed to use it while you're employed by the army, the unit identifier that was used, or something like that.
But, ultimately, that is where the intellectual property laws get vague. I paid for a copy of Office once. Am I allowed to legally have Office on my computer even if I misplaced my disks? Office 2010 is the first I came across so I got it but if I knew the 07 I downloaded would be absolutely legal, I'd have had no issues getting that. The rules are just way too cluttered.