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    Default What do you think of Office 2007

    I just bought Office 2007 Pro today, i think it really ties in with Vista's interface and it is just about the same as my previous 2000 edition, but i thought it was time to upgrade so, oh well i did. I dont think it was that much waste of money.

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    It's nice, but painfully slower than Office 2003. Also, I can't find where some tools/options are. Office 2007 is quite a steep learning curve, but it's pretty good.
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    It's an office suite. Yay.

    I think people have more-or-less reached the limits of possible features of an office suite, Microsoft included, as evidenced by the fact that the features most people use regularly existed in Office 95.
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    I'm on Office 2007 right now, typing a boring report on Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S). I don't want to look at some ugly grey screen while typing up a boring report, thank you very much.

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    That's why you have a fun window open on the other half of the screen. (Yep, I'm mighty efficient.)
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    Heheh, aye
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    i went to file -> setup and nothing. it's the same.

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    It's terrible... The interface is brutal, I've only used it for a day at most in total, but that was WAY more than enough!

    Don't expect anything from Microsoft...
    >> I hope Bill Gates isn't reading DD forums, because I've criticized Microsoft so much...

    Edit: And I use OpenOffice - always have, always will.


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    so, no one can help me with this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by X96 Web Design View Post
    Edit: And I use OpenOffice - always have, always will.
    ha! - I switched to OpenOffice last year. As soon as I got the "insert image" button onto the toolbar, microsoft went bye-bye.

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