How a file of office 2007 can be used in office 2003

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If i have a file in Office 2007 but on the system I have Office 2003, how can I use that file in Office 2003 if Office 2007 is not available?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #119512

How a file of office 2007 can be used in office 2003

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Good day Siam,

        I must say that your problem is not that difficult to fix. Actually, it would only take a minute or second for you to fix it. Alright, according to you, "How can I use that file in Office 2003 if Office 2007 is not available?".It is a matter of saving your work in the MS Word. I just want you to follow these simple steps:

  • First, after you finish writing your work  "CTRL+V" then a save box will appear,
  • In the save as box, you will be required to find for the place where you can store your document,
  • After looking for the place, you will be required to write the file name, just below the file name, you can see "SAVE AS TYPE"
  • Then click the down arrow, then find "WORD 97-2003 DOCUMENT"
  • Click that option and then "SAVE".

By just doing that, you will now be sure that your 2007 document will be ready by your 2003 MS Word.

Answered By 0 points N/A #119513

How a file of office 2007 can be used in office 2003

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So this is your situation:

1. You have a file that was saved in Office 2007 format. But your computer has Office 2003 installed on it.

The solution is fairly easy. You can try either of the following (arranged starting with what I think is the best solution):

1. Download Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack. It will let you open, edit and save Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other MS Office documents that have been created with the latest Office versions.

2. Download Word Viewer 2007, Excel Viewer 2007, PowerPoint Viewer 2007 to open those files that were created from Office 2007. These are just viewers so you cannot edit or save documents with it.

3. Download and install LibreOffice. It's a free Office Suite that is compatible with documents created by Microsoft Office.

Answered By 0 points N/A #119515

How a file of office 2007 can be used in office 2003

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Hi Siam,

     As I read the solutions to the problem that you posted here, I have the better idea on how your MS Word 2003 could be able to read the file that you save in your MS Word 2007.

Just follow the following steps:

1. Open the MS Word 2003

2. Then click the "FILE" option, drop down menu will appear

3. Click "OPEN FILE", then you will be brought to the "DOCUMENTS

4. Find the document that you type in MS Word 2007

5. Then click "OPEN"

     In that case, your file in MS Word 2007 will now be read in MS Word 2003. Hope this solution could easily solve your problem, thank you for sharing your problem with us. 

Answered By 0 points N/A #119517

How a file of office 2007 can be used in office 2003

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The system of installation is the main processing programs whether it is MS Office 2003 and even if it is MS Office 2007. You have told that you have used MS Office 2003 in your system requirement. How it would be possible to read files from MS Office 2007 to MS Office 2003.

Microsoft Word is the main part or powerful word processing software of Office Programs of Windows XP. You have wanted to see your files from MS Office 2007 to MS Office 2003. Open your MS Office 2007 files and execute it. You have tried to save the files secondly. Copy your files and paste in to your MS Office 2003 document page.

Answered By 0 points N/A #119519

How a file of office 2007 can be used in office 2003

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If the document is typed in Microsoft Word 2007. Simply, save the file by clicking on "Save As, then a dialog box appears. Type in the name of the document and from the file menu, choose MS 2003-2007. This will enable it to open in a MS 2003 setup.

It's so easy simply you just save as and use the available format you want to use with.

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