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Office 2007 & Office 2003 curiosity question

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by BodyworkeR, Apr 8, 2007.

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  1. BodyworkeR

    BodyworkeR Thread Starter

    Apr 3, 2001
    I've an almost new machine that I've installed Office 2007 Home & Student. On my previous machine I had Office 2000 premium installed. Since Home & Student is just Excel and Word I was wondering if I can install Access and Outlook from my old Office 2000 CDs to compliment my Home&Student? I rarely use access and would use outlook only for the calendar so this is low priority for me and I don't want to chance screwing up my Office 2007 for something I'd only use a few times a year unless I've some assurances that it would work. Does anyone have experience doing this or something similar?
  2. Courtneyc


    Dec 6, 2003
    Haven't tried it with 2000, but I know it works with 2003.

    Courtney sends....
  3. EBSchrader


    Jan 28, 2001
    It may depend upon which version of Windows you have. My understanding is that Vista isn't very friendly to older programs! With XP, however, you can probably add those programs.
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