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Necessary to upgrade?

Hi !
would you kindly tell me if it is necessary to upgrade from office 2003 to newer version, or if 2003 is ok to work with word, excell and other kind of documents worked initially with i.e. office 2007?
Thanks so much in advance for your help.
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2003 is still a pretty good version. There's no REAL need to upgrade, all 2003 docs are compatible, and if you download the free compatibilty pack from microsoft, this makes 2007 docs work on 2003 aswell:D

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