Microsoft Corp., aiming to broaden the use of its Office suite of business software among students and school districts, said it will begin selling a discounted version of Office XP to students and teachers through mainstream retail outlets.

Office XP Standard for Students and Teachers will retail at $149, nearly 70 percent less than the company's full list price for other consumers. Despite the steep discount, product manager Scott Bishop said Microsoft would not lose

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