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 Is Windows Office 2003 compatible with Linux Lite OS?

Answer Microsoft Office 2003 is designed to work on Windows-based operating systems including Windows XP, Vista, Server 2003, Server 2008 and Windows 2000. The software is not supported for use on any Li... Read More »
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Is MS Office 2003 compatible with Windows 7?

Microsoft Office 2003, in both the 32-bit and 64-bit versions, is compatible with Windows 7, according to Microsoft. You should also have at least 128 megabytes of RAM and eight extra megabytes for... Read More »
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Is Office 2003 compatible with Windows Vista?

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Is Access 2000 compatible with Windows XP and Office 2003?

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