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going from office 2003 to office 2007

Discussion in 'Windows - Software discussion' started by rihgt682, Feb 5, 2007.

  1. rihgt682

    rihgt682 Regular member

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    So I been useing office 2003 for four years now. So i figure I would get office 2007. (I got it first day cost $400). So i uninstall 2003 and install 2007. The thing i don't like about office 2007 is you have to learn everything again. which i do not have time to do so. I was so freaking pissed when i wanted to fix something but i couldn't find where it is!!! So if you think upgraded one is worth $400 go for it. But i can promise you, you're not missing much from 2003 expect you have to learn the whole thing again!!!! I think they made office 2003 better than 07. I hope the SP1 comes out so the bugs can be fixed.
     
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    PeaInAPod Active member

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    What I hate is that it saves everything in a new format. So if you send a document to a non-Office 2007 user they can't view the file.
     
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    rihgt682 Regular member

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    It was really stupid of me to buy this program this early.

    How long do you think it will take before people will USE/VIEW the new format?
     
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    PeaInAPod Active member

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    I don't really know. Theres so many variables its very hard to say. I personally use the OpenOffice.org Office Suite. All the functionality of the pre-Office 2007 software for free.
     

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