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power point 2003 compatibility with office xp

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by cassini_mtn, Sep 17, 2004.

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  1. cassini_mtn

    cassini_mtn Thread Starter

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    Windows XP SP1

    My hard drive failed, so I'm starting with a clean
    system.

    I own Office XP SBE [ word, outlook, excel, publisher ] & PPT 2000.
    I also own Word 2002 upgrade.

    I need Publisher. Would I be better off purchasing &
    installing Office 2003 Pro, or purchasing & installing
    PowerPoint 2003?

    I do not have access to PPT [ Office XP version ]
    locally. I need to complete the installation this
    weekend.

    Thanks for your advice.
     
  2. kiwiguy

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    My experience suggests its best to have all applications of the same version, so Office 2003 pro would be the way to go.

    If its not too late, you could try to get OEM version with the hard drive as the qualifying "hardware".

    OEM is significantly cheaper.
     
  3. cassini_mtn

    cassini_mtn Thread Starter

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    ok.

    thanks.

    cm
     
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