Office 2001 is a Mac version, so no, it is not compatible with Windows (any version). There is no Office 2001 for windows. Office XP (2002), 2003, and 2007 are compatible. I am not sure about ffice 97 and prior. I am using the: OpenOffice.org 3.3.0 (January 26th, 2011) on my Windows 7 - 64 bit Home Premium. From what I understand, it will open all your files.
Yes, everything should work except for Outlook.
I know for sure that Office XP (2002), Office 2003, and Office 2007 are compatible. As for earlier versions, I'm not sure, but there is no point in using Office 97 these days anyway. So whatever version you choose (as long as it is not prior to 2002, it will work.
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sure you can! but you have to have Microsoft office 2003 and 2007. when you are saving on 2007, go to save as and hit, save copy compatible with Microsoft office 97-2007. its very simple and easy.
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No. There was Office 2000, Office 97 and Office 95, Office 4.x, Office 3.0 and before that it was just Microsoft Office, launched in 1989.