How to Type Indices in Microsoft Word 2003?

Answer In math, an index is the number that indicates the root of another number. For example, to indicate the square root of a number, the index would be "2," as the square root is a number to the power ... Read More »

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Im downloading open office now will i get word you know like microsoft word but their type of word 10 points?

Open Office has everything MS Office does, but better and with extras. Just remember when you are saving documents for others to use with Word or Excell to use File/save as and select the type as t... Read More »

Is Microsoft Access 2003 compatible with Microsoft Word 2000?

Yes. The file formats for Microsoft Office products did not change between versions 2000 and 2003. Microsoft Access 2003 files, using the .mdb extension, will work on the same level of compatibilit... Read More »

How to Save a Copy Compatible With Word 2003 in Microsoft Word?

When the Microsoft Office Suite 2007 was released, it included a new file format for Word, PowerPoint and Excel documents. The .doc, .ppt and .xls formats had been replaced by .docx, .pptx and .xls... Read More »

How Do I Get Microsoft Word 2003?

Ensure that the computer that will have Microsoft Word 2003 installed on it contains the proper version of the Windows operating system, such as Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7. If there is ... Read More »