Re: Multiple version compatability
- From: "DL" <address@invalid>
- Date: Mon, 24 Sep 2007 16:53:43 +0100
1) I believe you will find Office Home & Student is for none commercial use.
2) Office 2007 has, at least in Word & I assume other docs the facility to
save the format in the 'old version'
3) There are no incompatibilities when sending an email with OL2007
4) You can install Office 2007 alongside your earlier edition (amend your
shortcuts first, eg Word>Word02)
5) Only a single instance of Outlook can be installed
"David Teich" <DavidTeich@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Someone asked about 2002 on an old thread about 2003 & 2007, but nobody
answered. My question's similar, so I'll ask again.
I have some clients who have moved to 2007, but many who haven't. another
consultant says there are formatting incompatibilities between 2007 and
versions, so I should stick with the older version (2002) until more
upgrade. Therefore, I have two issue:
1) What I'd like to do is have Word/Excel/Powerpoint run w/both 2002 &
while I stay in Outlook 2002. Can I just buy the Office Home, install it
my two computers and have the 2002/07 versions run alongside each other?
2) On a related question that's probably sales and not tech support, is
there a simple upgrade from the Home to the Professional when more of my
clients are on 2007, or would I have to by Prof at full price?
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