Microsoft Office is a popular, versatile and powerful suite of productivity programs that are ideal for both home and office applications. If you are an Office 2003 user, you probably appreciate the familiar interface and ease of use you find in Office programs such as Word and Excel. Learn even more about these applications, including time-saving shortcuts, advanced features and valuable tips and tricks in this collection of Office 2003 articles and tutorials. Compare versions of Microsoft Office as well as other productivity programs in the expert reviews offered here. Find help with issues and concerns you may have in our thorough yet comprehensible troubleshooting guides.
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|Changing Username and Initials in Microsoft Office 2003 and 2007
If you inherit a computer from someone else and Windows and Office is already installed, you may notice when you go to track changes in programs like Word, someone else’s username...
|Tricks to Ease the Conversion from Office 2003 to 2007
The Office 2007 upgrade has caused an outcry from users as the familiar menu options have been dramatically rearranged. This has made the transition difficult for the average user,...
Understanding Auto-Hide Menus in Office 2003
If you've ever wondered why the menus in your Office 2003 applications keep changing, the reason is: YOU! Your use of different functions and options "tailors" the...