So I'm going to break down and buy MS Office, cause I need the 100% compatability with my roomates/colleagues/class mates. NeoOffice is great, but there are still some problems. Since I qualify for the Student Edition, I'm going to save the extra few hundred bucks, and get it. But I have a question. I remember my father talking about while he was teaching at a university, he bought some new software from the campus bookstore. It was some C++ compilers, or something like that. Anyway, he said that when he printed the stuff from this program, every other page had a waterwark that said "Student Edition" and everytime he executed a program, a blank screen would flash before the program started that said "This program was made with a Student Verson compiler." I just wanted to know if the Student Edition of Office had anything like this, or really anything I should know that would hinder the use in any way, shape, or form. Thanks.