...or continue upgrading...Why?Are you a power user of the software? If so, it would make sense (IMO). If you're a casual user like me, I don't think it does. My PC runs the software just fine, the software does everything I have thought to ask it to do...I see no need for an upgrade. YMMV, of course.Of course, I was running Office 97 until it got to the point that I couldn't open most documents anymore (newer Office formats not compatible with '97). I was so annoyed I went to Open Office instead. I'm not an upgrade hound...if it works, I'm happy. I don't care if it is "old". I suspect that makes me an oddball.1poorguy
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