Explain why or why not that compound documents are in Microsoft Office Framework, please!
Yes. Open Office is one. It is a free Internet download and you can open Word documents (and other Microsoft office documents) in the program and save documents in a Microsoft Word format.
Microsoft Office Document Imaging can be used for a number of different tasks. Microsoft Office Document Imaging can be used to scan documents, read scanned documents, fill out forms online, email scanned documents, and much more.
Usually Microsoft Word.
Compatibility mode is the term used in Microsoft Office that allows you to edit documents from Microsoft Office 2002 in Microsoft Office 2007 with only the features of Microsoft Office 2002.
No, you can get iWork instead which lets you convert things you create into Microsoft Office documents.
Well Microsoft office 2007 is very good but Microsoft office 2010 is better, the reason for this is because the actually documents you do on Microsoft like word and spreadsheets are a lot clearer
Yes - MS Office can read OpenOffice documents.
Open Office is designed to be compatible with Microsoft's Office software and it can handle most Word documents.
Yes it can. Open Office can work with MS Office documents.
Documents saved in DOCX or DOC format in OpenOffice should work perfectly in Microsoft Office Word. OpenOffice supports opening DOCX and DOC format documents created in Microsoft Office Word, but there may be some loss of formatting.
Microsoft Office documents
helps create documents
Office Live Workspace
It depends on what you mean by compatible. You can read Office 2000 documents with Office 2013, but Office 2013 documents need to be saved in a compatible format to read with Office 2000.
Any PDA with Windows CE (or a later Windows operating system) can open Office documents.
Yes you can ----------- There is a compatability pack for office 2003 to be able to read and write to the .docx(office 2007) documents.
yes because you can save documents as a 1997-2003 document so you can read it on office 2003
normally it is in administratotr documents(my documents)
microsoft office is a set of aplication software e.g microsoft word is an aplication software so is microsoft exel so is microsoft publisher they are all application software used to create variouse documents :)
You don't "need" it, there are plenty of free software suites that do the same as office, but microsoft office is the standard these days, and most documents are made to work with it.
Microsoft office refers to the group of programs used to create documents or presentations such as PowerPoint or Word. Many businesses use it as do students.
Microsoft is a tying software for creating documents and you can download curriculum vitae, business cards, letterheads etc ( only on the latest version of Microsoft office 2007 and up)