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Changing from MS Office 2003 pro to MS Office Home and Student 2010


Damarc

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As my old Office has more stuff on it than Home and Student, should I uninstall the old programme before installing the nwq 2010 Home and Student version or can I retain the benefit of Outlook,Access and Publisher from the old versions if I install Home and Student without uninstalling the old version?

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Terry Brown

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You will find that some of the functions you had on 2003 (especially Smart Art), do not work the same.

Solution:- Open a blank page(on the office program you want) and save it in Office 2003 mode.

Re-open this page as you will see the same Office 2010 layout, but with a different set of graphic (Smart Art) commands and different options for other functions.

After use you can save this as a regular 2010 file and all the changed functions will still be available.

Terry

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xania

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Can you please mark this stream as closed.

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lotvic

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If you think it's sorted, you can close this thread by clicking on one of the big grey ticks at the right of any post and it will turn green. When page is refreshed the Thread will be marked 'Resolved'

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