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Office 97 compatible with Windows XP home edition?

Postby Karen » Fri, 26 Dec 2003 03:54:02 GMT

purchased new computer with Windows XP Home edition.  Can 
I load my Office 97 to this computer and---will it work?



Re: Office 97 compatible with Windows XP home edition?

Postby Tom Foolery » Fri, 26 Dec 2003 05:14:16 GMT

Others have indicated that they are compatible.  Just make sure you download
all of the updates and fixes for O' 97.









Office 97 compatible with Windows XP home edition?

Postby Cathy @ royalgc@bigzoo.net » Tue, 30 Dec 2003 05:55:15 GMT


Good luck!  Every thing loaded Ok for me,  but when i 
tried opening Word files or Access files created in Office 
97,  my computer kept crashing and rebooting itself.   The 
only way i could get at my information was to re-copy the 
individual file from a back-up CD.  
((My data files had been copied over wireless network to 
the new computer,  but that should not have affected 
them!))
If any one knows about a patch to correct this problem,  
i'm more than ready!


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