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 Can you run Office 2007 with Office 2003?

Answer Although Microsoft recommends against doing so, you can install and run Microsoft Office 2003 and Microsoft Office 2007 on the same computer. You cannot, however, run multiple versions of Microsoft... Read More »
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How to Use Office 2003 Menus and Toolbars in Microsoft Office 2007 and 2010?

Classic Menu for OfficeBoth Microsoft Office 2007 and 2010 has embedded a new interface Ribbon, a panel that deploys and organizes all the commands as a set of tabs. In Microsoft Office 2007, the R... Read More »
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Can you use Office Publisher 2003 with Office 2007 Home Edition?

Yes. A Microsoft Publisher 2003 document is compatible with Publisher 2007. This more recent version of Publisher can open and read the outdated file type of Microsoft Publisher 2003 and can also s... Read More »
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How to Open Pivot Table From Office 2007 to Office 2003?

Office 2007 is a powerful program, but there are times when you will need to save those Office 2007 files into an earlier format. Not everyone has access to Office 2007, and saving your pivot table... Read More »
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How to Read Office 2007 Excel With Office 2003 Suite?

Microsoft provides users of the Office 2007 suite automatic backwards-compatibility with Office files, such as Excel spreadsheets, created in Office 2003. Users of 2003 find themselves unable to re... Read More »
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