Or is there a site I can download it free? Thanks
Using Open Office, you can save and work with Word documents (.doc) for 95/97/2000 & 6.0 formats, also (.xml) 2003.
Be aware that there will be some compatibility issues when using advanced documents.
You can buy Office (Student) fairly cheaply ($30) directly from Microsoft but will need a valid .edu address.
You can also find MS Office 2007 Pro for $90 or less online if you don't have an *.edu address.
Also Sun micro-systems (people who made Java) put out a free open source software called OpenOffice.org that will read almost all M$ office products (only one I have found so far it doesn't work with is Publisher) and can also save files in the same format as the M$ office does.
the best place, most trusted, is to go to microsoft.com. they have some discounts depending on who and what you will be useing there software for. remeber pirated software is not only illegal, but also doesnt always work properly
can you create document on word/exel/ etc. form open office.org, because I tried and all I got was saving and reading microsoft documents?
ok thanks backbyter, do you happento know wher I can get for $90- wihtot=ut studentid, the cheapest I found was 130. thanks so much
I will funmail you missbellaf.
Let me know if you got the funmail, I don't believe it was sent for some reason.
missbellaf, I left the site as a comment on your profile.
k I will cherck it out, thanks
no I didn't