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In my experience it's no worse than any other MS Office release since
they replaced menus with ribbons. It's not online, the local install
is over 2GB.
I primarily use LibreOffice for editing spreadsheets and the
occasional .doc file, and use MS Office only for PowerPoint and
occasional tasks where Excel or Word have some advantage.
On Wed, Mar 23, 2016 at 8:03 AM, Suzette Leeming
<suzette -dot- leeming -at- gmail -dot- com> wrote:
> My company is part of the Microsoft home use program, so I have just
> received my copy of all the Microsoft Office Professional, Project, and
> Visio for 2016.
> I can't install it right away though because it seems my current Office
> installation is 32 bit, while my computer (and the new version I received)
> are 64 bit, so until I make the decision to uninstall what I currently have
> (which I'm so reluctant to do for some reason), I was wondering if anyone
> had any feedback on Office 2016. Please tell me it's not an online version.
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