From all the MS Office versions I like XP the most. It is really good to operate and not complicated like 2007. I think there are all the features that anyone requires. I just want to know, which is your favorite version?
i have access 97, excel 97, and word 2000
those are my favourite versions because i don't want to pay ridiculous dollars for upgrades of dubious value
The 2003 suite
I have to agree with r937, Word 2000 was my fave, I can't even remember why I stopped using it.
2007 only brought ease of formatting improvements and backwards compatibility issues it seems.
Office 2003 is better than the more recent versions of office but not as good as most of the alternatives from other office suite providers.
As for me i like windows xp...it is not complicated to use and almost compatible to all my programs..
I preferred Office 2003.
I'm only now getting used to the ribbon introduced in Office 2007 after 2 years of using it.
Haven't looked at Office 2010 yet, but will soon as I don't like being more than 1 or 2 versions at the most behind the latest version.
mine is 2003 or 2007
2010 really sucks,so difficult
I prefer Office 2003, its quite easy to use.
Well My favorite Office is 1997 and 2003. I have used 2000 but it was not too much attracting for me, so I switched to 2003 now.
My favorite MS office version is 2003.
I've used 97, 2003, and 2007. My favourite? 2007 because of the beautiful user interface. At first I disliked it (probably like everyone does when change first happens) but when I got used to it I started loving it. Now I love it and Microsoft Office 2007 is my favourite version, but I can't bloody wait to get my hands on Microsoft Office 2010 Just because I love new shiny things!
Well, you can sign up for a trial of MSO 2010. I did and I got a trial version to enlighten my self. As a professional. As a user... I don't know, open source sounds better. I keep MSO at high esteem, just that I'm not sure I will use all the feats so to justify the money spent.
Any version 2003 or older, I hate the ribbon used in the modern versions
Actually, the ribbon it's not that bad. You just need to open your self to its novelty. At first it's a bit frustrating, I'll give you that
2003 is my favorite MS office.
2007, i love these ribbons - i think it's so easy for us who publish a lot