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How does Word 2016 compare to 2013

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by kramerica, Nov 6, 2017.

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  1. kramerica

    kramerica Thread Starter

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    Hi all


    I am 'Mega-mad' with Microsoft, and everyone posting 'so-called' informative pages onto the web, because as the title here will suggest, nowhere is there a site detailing the comparison in Word 2013/16 which I am wanting to read up on.


    I have a big Word 2013 document which randomly crashes (I understand this can't be helped and was no big deal the first few times); but every Word user will agree that crashes at one point become infuriating. I am highly curious to know if I go ahead and upgrade to Office 2016, will Word continue to crash at the same rate and is crashing even addressed by Microsoft.


    Thanks in advance for any responses.
     
  2. DaveA

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    It would help if you were to post the system spec's and size of this Word file?
    Also are there a lot of graphics in the Word file?
     
  3. kramerica

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    Hi Dave

    You probably hit the nail right on the head - this document is enormous with a few graphics.
    (I never new graphics could be the culprit).

    Consider this query solved everyone.

    Thanks Dave.
     
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    To help, I always use images in the 100-300 kb in size when using them in any Word or Power Point files.
    There is NO need is anything much larger unless you have a SUPER large format printer.
     
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