Can Microsoft Office 2003 be installed on a new computer- 2011-with Windows 7 as the OS?
Apparently it should work according to this forum. Good luck I use the Open Office suite of products!
http://social.answers.microsoft.com/For … 533c04a076
It does work but you need a special service pack that can translate the new version's documents so that 2003 can read them and display them.
Yes, I recently installed Office on my new 2011 computer that uses Windows 7.
You you can.
Even you can install MS office 200 on Windows 7 by installing it in compatibility mode.
If you any error while installing MS office 200 on windows 7 right click on the setup icon and the choose properties and select compatibility mode and select the relevant option.
Do these things in administrator mode
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