Can I use two versions of the Office on my Pc

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  1. drickparker

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    I have my Pc running on the operating system XP OS. I already have the Office 2003 running on it and am planning to get the Office 2007 installed too. Will this cause a problem? I really think it should not consider the compatibility option in both systems. The only question I have is if excel files and macros would work similarly in both options? Or will it be stored in two separate workbooks? Or will I be able to use the same workbook in both the systems? Do you have any suggestions that I must keep in mind?
     
  2. Sahil

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    I think yes, both will work fine together in the same PC and you won't have issues with it.
     
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    Yes off course, but you should install these in different drives.
     
  4. LA Electrician

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    Yes, they should both work and you shouldn't have any problems with it. Initially it should automatically convert your 2003 to 2007, but you'll be able to open up a file in either or. I believe the options would be stored in 2 separate workbooks.
     

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