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Old 02-08-2011, 07:53 PM   #21
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steve: It doesn't add any new features to the older versions, so if there's something in the document that's not supported in 2003/previous, it either goes away or gets converted to something that the older version will understand. Ex, text with soft shadows in PowerPoint becomes a raster image. Visual aspects are preserved to the extent possible, at the possible expense of editability.
Thatnks for adding that little caveat...'-}}

I got Office 2000 and 2003 uninstalled on both laptops so let's hear it for Revo Uninstaller getting rid of all the embedded bits and pieces. The Office 2007 installs went quite nicely and my sister is happy although somewhat daunted by the lovely (gag!) Ribbon however, I found her a couple of useful PDFs with helpful info.

Thanks for all the help...

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