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Does anyone in here use Word 2000 XP? What do you think of it so far?
I am currently having a frustrating situation:
I received a new computer that has an OEM version of Office 2000 XP, which
is NOT compatible with Doc to Help. I cannot downgrade because of the OEM
licensing conflicts. I might have to either go back to my old computer, get
another new one, or split a project between my co-worker where I can work
on printed documentation in Word and hand over the doc when the time comes
to generate the online help for our software.
Any comments and/or suggestions? (Please respond to me or list with polite
and considerate e-mails only, thank you.)
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