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Old Jun 7, 2009, 04:21 PM   #3
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Once you get used to the interface, you'll do things a lot faster.

Load it up at home, and go for it. There are some nice add-ins as well, such as save as pdf/xps, microsoft math, as well as Get Started tabs for walking you/new users through the features.

Additionally Office 2007 comes with some nice additional apps, like groove and one-note.

As long as you have 1Gb or more ram, it'll work fine.
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