About 5 or 6 years ago we got Microsoft Publisher for our PC for free from Microsoft because we are a print provider. That PC has since been moved out of my office and I just got a new one in my office. I'd like to get Publisher on that machine so I don't have to leave my office every time I need to open a Publisher file. Does anybody know if print providers can still get Publisher for free from MS? I don't want to pay for that junk program but I do need it. Any ideas? I don't think we got a disc from MS for publisher, it was probably a download thing so I don't think I have a disc floating around here somewhere. Thanks,
I don't think this is really the right place to ask this question. I would try Microsoft's forums.
Well, I figured there were other people that might want to know. But I guess I can try MS forums. Ugh. Would rather not go over there but I'll give it a shot if I can find them.
Well, I found a help article about the Publisher Service Provder Program (PSPP) but as usual, when I click on the link on MS's website to find out more information it fails all over the place and just takes me to the MS Publisher site where there is no mention of the PSPP.