Totally agree with Stan about MS Office becoming "bloatware." I'm still running Office 2000 and totally happy with it. I hate having to learn new tool bars for feature I never use. I did need to DL a plug-in so it could open those new *docx file formats, but at least it was free from MS. I'm also still running SkyGlobe for my astronomy app (c) 1997. It was like $20 shareware, but does what I need. It won't guide a scope, but it creates accurate maps for any time or place. Plus, it was the first such app that allowed entry of the local horizon as a set of ordered pairs (azimuth, elevation). With Gavilan Peak just east of my home, rise times are delayed, but my local horizon overlay gives me a correction for that. Dan On 5/2/2012 7:38 AM, Stan Gorodenski wrote: > I am still using a 15 year old WORD 97. I have WORD 2007 but it is more > than I want and so I disable it when I load Office Home and Student. > WORD 2007 has all these new features I never use that just bog it down, > plus, for some odd reason, they had to drastically change the toolbar. I > wonder what Einstein would think if alive today. He would have no time > to "think" because of always having to relearn how to run a program. > WORD 97 works good and I'll keep using it as long as it recognizes a > printer. It seems to me Microsoft over develops things. WORD 2007 may be > good for a business or large organization, but all these features are > not necessary for someone like me. > Stan > -- See message header for info on list archives or unsubscribing, and please send personal replies to the author, not the list.