On Tue, 05 Dec 2006 11:49:49 +0000, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> Five reasons not to upgrade to Office 2007
This is a pretty ignorant review....
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>| Reason 1: You already know how to use your favourite Office applications.
And you will still know how. The new interface doesn't get in the way of
existing knowledge. Office still works the same way, with most of the same
dialogs, and the same functionality. It's just easier to find stuff now.
>| Reason 2: You like a consistent interface in all of your apps.
While there's some merit to this argument, it is basically complaining that
the whole thing isn't the new ribbon? What bout the previous argument?
Suddenly the old interface is bad?
>| Reason 3: You frequently exchange files with users outside your
"Frankly, who needs the hassle" is the comment. This ignores the fact that
you often had to do this anyways because older versions of Word couldn't
read newer versions formats. This is nothing that wasn't already a problem
in the last version. However, going forward this won't be a problem
anymore as older versions that understand OXML will be able to read newer
versions of the format.
>| Reason 4: You use macros and other customisation features extensively.
This one doesn't make any sense. I've never heard of macros breaking in
newer versions, except when they introduced the switch to disable them
unless you allow them.
>| Reason 5: It's still essentially a version 0 application.
This is just pure FUD.