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 Is Microsoft Access 2003 compatible with Microsoft Word 2000?

Answer 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 »
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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 The .doc, .ppt and .xls formats had been replaced by .docx, .pptx and .xls...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 »
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What is a Microsoft access auto number primary key for Microsoft 2003?

The Microsoft Access "AutoNumber" data type is a special type of data field that automatically assigns a unique, incremental number to each new record added to a data table. It is often employed as... Read More »
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How to Run a Microsoft Access 2000 Application in Microsoft Access 2007?

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Is Microsoft Office Home& Student 2007 compatible with Microsoft Windows XP Word?

Microsoft Office Home and Student 2007 already contains Microsoft Word. However, it is possible to run more than one version of Word on the same computer. According to Microsoft, you just need to m... Read More »
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