"It was a pilot program when first introduced but with Office 2003 we have made the Microsoft Office Student and Teacher Edition a permanent part of the Office lineup of products. The one change that customers asked us to address was the fact that with previous versions of Student and Teacher, it was available to install on one machine but customers said hey, I have multiple machines in my home, I'd like to install it on more than one. With Office 2003 Student and Teacher edition, customers can install it on three different machines in the home." Microsoft relies on the Office line as much as it does on Windows for software sales. It hopes a redesign of Outlook... with a new look and new tools for fighting junk email will help to convince many of its customers the upgrade is worthwhile. Bloomberg Boot Camp, I'm Fred Fishkin.