Below is an excerpt from Microsoft on Office 2007, which I would assume is a similar policy to what would've been used on 2003. "Microsoft Office Home and Student 2007 Retail License Terms allow for installation on three devices. OEM License Terms limit the installation to the device on which the software was pre-installed. Read the Microsoft Software License Terms (MSLT) for the 2007 Microsoft Office system."
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Yes. Microsoft Office 2003 is still compatible with Windows Vista and Windows 7.
Yes, it will. I know Microsoft Office 2003 (R) will work on Windows 7-upgraded & Windows 7-installed PCs and notebooks, because I have Microsoft Office 2003 (R) on my Windows 7-upgraded PC and the Microsoft Office 2003 (R) programs/applications work perfectly fine.
No, Office XP was the last version which could be installed on Windows 98/Me. Office 2003 requires Windows 2000 or a later OS.
Microsoft office Professional.
No, Microsoft Office 2003 is definitly not free.
Microsoft Office 2003 was released in on the 19th of August 2003. There are many other Microsoft Offices. Microsoft XP was made before MS office 2003 and Office 2007 was made after.
Windows Server 2003 is an operating system. Microsoft Office 2003 is an office suite.
no,you don't need to uninstall Microsoft office 2003 before installing Microsoft office 2007,but it is better to uninstall it.
yes there is no problem with it, I have Vista and once had office 2003 on it.
Yes. You must have service pack 3 or later installed, however.
Yes, Microsoft Office 2003 is compatible with Windows Vista.
Yes, Microsoft Office 2003 is compatible with Windows 7.
There is no free download available for Microsoft Office 2003. One must purchase the full software from the official Microsoft website. Office 2003 is no longer supported.
Absolutely, just have to have an office 2003 or later installed. or the appropriate viewer from Microsoft. the other avenue is called open office and it supports most office file types. also know that alot of 64 bit consumer based machines are capable of running 32 bit software, which is what most software is designed for.
well, pro 2003this better thanmircosoft office 2003 small officeedition
One can download a free trial of Microsoft Office from the Microsoft website. One can also download Microsoft Office 2003 from the CNET download website.
The license is valid for one user; however, you should be able to get upgrades for more computers.
yes because you can save documents as a 1997-2003 document so you can read it on office 2003
One can find a Microsoft office free download on the Microsoft site, however it is just a trial period. Many new computers often come with a 60 free trial as well.
If you download Microsoft Office 2003 for free, chances are it will be a trial. You will have to pay to download any version of Microsoft Office in order to have a full legal copy.
Only if you have the original installation disc(s) and product key from your previous version of Office 2003. If you do install Office 2003 you should uninstall Office 2007 first.