Microsoft Office 2003 Trial

  dads3a 12:57 07 Mar 07
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Is there anywhere you can still get a Office 2003 trial.

2007 is no use to me

thanks

  Diodorus Siculus 13:34 07 Mar 07

I've got one if you want to mail me via the envelope beside my name and I will stick it in the post to you.

  chocolate cake 13:53 07 Mar 07

Why is the 2007 of no use; it can open 2003 files and also save as 2003 files if needed?

  dads3a 14:01 07 Mar 07

Diodorus thanks but I needed it for today. Thanks for the offer

Chocolate cake its for the layout that I need it.
Doing my ECDL and the 2007 layout is completely different.

  chocolate cake 14:31 07 Mar 07

Try Open Office if you need something quickly click here
I've not tried it myself but I'm told that it is very good, looks, feels and is compatible with like MS Office and, best of all is free.

Try it out, if it doesn't do what you need it to do, you've not exactly lost anything other than a little time in downloading and installing / uninstalling.

  dads3a 14:46 07 Mar 07

I normally use openoffice which is great just a pity the things that are on the Word past papers are in different places on it.

I'll just go on down to tech an hour before the exam and have a play to get the short term memory going.

Thanks for the help

  CodenameCueball 19:12 07 Mar 07

open office is quite good. it seems like office. but i don't know where you can get the trail. sorry.

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