Acronym Update 02-22-08
Today’s Topic: Addintools for Microsoft Offce 2007
#1 Some of you have had the opportunity to use Microsoft Office 2007 on your XP or Vista based computer. I understand that this new software has caused a lot of confusion for those who have used Office previously. The chief complaint from my customers and computer folks around the world has been the radically different layout of menus and buttons. If you are still using Office 2003 and it meets your needs, I see no reason to upgrade at the moment. However, if your machine is running Office 2007, I would like to recommend a small helper application called Addintools that restores the “classic” Microsoft Office menus that you have been accustomed to in previous versions….. Office 97, 2000, XP, and 2003. The cost for this program is $30 and you can download it to your computer in under 5 minutes. Addintools Technology LTD allows you to try the software for 15 days before you buy it. Learning the new menu scheme in Office 2007 may be a weekend project for some, but I want to let you know that I’ve had clients who have been so fed up with it that they have returned newly purchased computers because of the frustration they’ve experienced. $30 is a small price to pay for familiarity when you consider that you paid $150 to $500 for your particular version of MS Office. You can find out more about this program by visiting….
Additionally, I’m willing to answer any questions you may have.