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Office 2007 Vs Office 2003


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#1 Jesse Bassett

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Posted 06 June 2007 - 04:00 PM

hello,
I have Office 2007 Basic and Office 2003 Basic. I was just wondering, what is the difference between the two versions?

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Posted 06 June 2007 - 04:35 PM

In MS Office 2007, Microsoft introduced the new Ribbon system which can get confusing, but is a real help at times. There are many cool features on Office 2007 that are nice, but not necessarily needed. Office 2007 saves its files in a different format (.docx), but still supports the standard .doc format. All in all I find MS Office 2007 very useful and more powerful than Office 2003, but 2003 is excellent, and gets the job done nicely. Most changes are GUI based in Office 2007.

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