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Word 2003 ?

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#1 OldPhil



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Posted 30 January 2014 - 08:49 PM

I just dug out an old 2003 copy of word, my other half likes it better than the new stuff.  It loaded fine and does work even after I click an applet saying I loaded it the maximum amount of times.  I must admit my memory is not great but I can't remember loading it more than a couple of times, it is a legal copy bought and used by me,  I wonder if I can persuade the MS Gods to let me play with it a little more.  I do have a copy of 2010 but she has not liked it since I bought it.

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Posted 30 January 2014 - 09:46 PM

You do realize that Office 2003 products will lose their support for functionality and any improvements after April 8. Office 2003 products are falling under the same end of support scenario XP is. You can call and you probably have a decent chance of getting it registered. How secure it will be soon, I wouldn't want to hazard a guess.

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