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  • W. Johnson - Seems solid and not annoying. I upgraded from Office 2010 Business for a ...

    Seems solid and not annoying. I upgraded from Office 2010 Business for a new computer with Windows 10 Pro and would not have updated if I didn't give my old computer with office to my Mom. I'm calling this 4 1/2 stars. I can't round up to five because I think the software is too bloated and its still too hard to do the most common things - but this version's interface is slightly better than Office 2010 and the ribbon options to show/not show are better. If you don't like the ribbon you don't have to use it and if you do you can.

  • Amazon Customer - Know your family

    I was simply amazed at what this product produced, in regards to my family history. I learned more about my family than I could ever have dreamed. If someone is interested in their family history, they should definately get this product.

  • Kim B. - Poor song choices

    I rented this game from Redbox to see if I wanted to buy it. I'm glad I did this instead of wasting my money, as I was very disappointed. While the moves are easy enough and the graphics are good, the song choices are poor (Mary had a little lamb? Hickory dickory dock? Really?).

  • Amazon Customer - Loved 2014. This one is layer out differently

    Loved 2014. This one is layed out differently. Still cannot find where to go to compete against a specific person. Finally located the workout section at the very end of the song in 'shop'

  • nancy crews - Weight loss aid

    I chose this product because Amazon recommended it to me when i purchased my Garcina Cambogia. With the help of these two products, i have lost 46 lbs in the last 8 months. I have more to lose and plan on continuing the use of this product.

  • mbungaystanier - I read it fast and ordered it for all of my team

    I read this this in a single setting, that immediately ordered copies for my whole team. We're trying to pull the sense of "it's urgent, it's urgent" out of our everyday way of working (because honestly, nothing's really that urgent.) But email winds us all up. And Jocelyn's pithy and practical book helps put email back in it's place as a useful tool, rather than a heartless master.