You've been hearing about it for some time but Office 2007 is now a reality. It's available for MSDN subscribers and organizations with volume licenses. Retail boxes will be available in January 2007.
You might not get Office 2007 right away and might not get it at all - which is fine. We won't be switching all our articles to Office 2007 but that's where most of the news and interest is at the moment.
In this issue we'll start a comprehensive guide to preparing and installing Office 2007. Microsoft likes to push the line that installing their software is simple and easy. For the most part it is easy, but there are things that you should do to make the process easier and your computing more efficient.
Our intention in this article is to let you properly prepare for installing Office 2007. After all it's probably the most used piece of software on your computer, aside from Windows itself - so it's worth getting right.
We'll give you information that Microsoft doesn't provide 'up front' so that you can make a properly informed installation. Similar suggestions apply for Office 2003 and earlier versions of Office as well.
This series will spread across several issues of Office for Mere Mortals - in this issue we'll look at the hardware needed to run Office.
Article posted: Friday, 01 December 2006
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