I have Word 2003 and want to go to Word 2007 what does upgrade mea



I have Word Office Suite 2003 Professional. I would like to go to the Word
2007 Professional. In putting in the Word 2007, I came to the screen where
I was to finish and was to uncheck my Word 2003 programs as I guess they can
not run concurrently. I saw "upgrade" as an option. Can someone explain to
me the options available to someone that already has Word 2003? For
instance, could I in a sense exchange my Word 2003 suite for the Word 2007
Suite as in an exchange with no fees involved? What does someone do if they
just want to have the trial Word Suite 2007 and aren't sure if they want that
specific package and they already have Word 2003? So can someone explain to
me about this better I would really appreciate it! Thanks Bella



Doug Robbins - Word MVP

You cannot exchange your Word 2003 suite for the Word 2007 Suite with no
fees involved. Assuming that you were contemplating installing a trial
version of Word 2007, you need to realise that when the trial period has
ended, you will no longer be able to use the software unless you purchase
it, or at least the upgrade option.

Hope this helps.

Please reply to the newsgroup unless you wish to avail yourself of my
services on a paid consulting basis.

Doug Robbins - Word MVP

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