I have a laptop running windows 7,There was no office installed when I had it.
So decided to install the trial version of Microsoft Office 2010,I think its for 30days trial.Now if I don't decide to pay for the full version at the cost of £99.00.Will I be able to uninstall the trial version and install the ''Office Starter pack''. And will that starter office be capable of reading all word documents from office 2000 up to 2010?
I know maybe I should have installed the stater first but couldn't find a link to install it.
I Went down that avenue with OO only problems I was having,Sending documents to different people,They failed to open then even so that I saved them as Microsoft format.
Looking hard into Microsoft home & student office.
Thanks for input.
catpwss, Woolwell was replying to Jollyjohn about his post and saving docs as .pdf files.
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