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. Kind regards Gio
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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If you own the software and have the key than you can register it. I am not sure I understand the genuine aspect but if you are the one to purchase an unopened version of the software there shouldn't be an issue.
You need to uninstall any pre-release version of the Microsoft Office 2007 system .
it seems that if you have a version of the 2007 Microsoft Office Add-in
or Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS installed, this may be the culprit. In
both cases, by performing an uninstall on this add-in via the Control
Panel, and then installing Expression Web, everything works okay. You
can even re-install the Office 2007 add-in when you're done.
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Click the Microsoft Office Button (left hand corner) and then click Word Options.
Select the Show Developer tab in the Ribbon check box, and then click OK.
Click the Microsoft Office Button, and then click New.
Under Templates, click My templates.
Double-click Normal, and then click Template or Document under Create New.
Click the Microsoft Office Button, and then click Save As.
In the Save As dialog box, give the new template or document a file name, and then click Save.
For more information click on the link below (a kind of a tutorial)
hi, yes you can install office 2003 while you already have office 2007. you just need to change the installation directory when you launch the setup for office 2003. change it into something apart from what office 2007 already is installed in.
so what you're trying to say is that you should be entitled to an upgrade to office 2007 if office 2003 doesn't work? i would maybe think so... but no solid answer for that one.