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    Office 2007

    Anyone have experience with Office 2007? Is it worth the upgrade? Do you run it on XP or Vista?



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    Re: Office 2007

    I run Vista. And I personally enjoy it. I think it is worth it, at least if you can get it at the University Book Store student price.



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    Re: Office 2007

    I got my free copy from microsoft in january, it is nice, but I don't think there is a need to upgrade to it from 2003 if you have 2003 already.



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    Re: Office 2007

    Its not like your missing out on much. I would just stay with your current version.
    It does look a lot different though. I have the Enterprise Pro and Standard versions with keys and I could post on an FTP site. I would be probably fined within in 5 hours. Fun.



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    Re: Office 2007

    Its great, but if you have 2003 there is no reason to upgrade now.



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    Re: Office 2007

    Office 2007 supports native XML documents which is nice, but if you did not understand what I just typed, then you don't need this feature.


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