Solution offered for Microsoft Office users frustrated with new menu system

Addintools has announced the Classic Menu for Office 2007 v3.93b, a new update package of the popular suite of tools enabling users to have the MS Office 2003 interface instead of MS Office 2007, with all the functions of the latter. The MS Office 2003 interface can be positioned along with 2007 or you can completely overlay the latter. All the familiar commands can be placed either in a separate pull-down list or in a toolbar, so that they are constantly on hand.

This application can be easily deployed to an entire organization or enterprise through its shared server. Quick installation will let the PC user immediately get accustomed to the new Office 2007 with the familiar Office 2003 interface for Word, Excel, Access, Outlook and PowerPoint 2007. No upgrading shock! There is no more need to search for the Ribbon amongst the list of new icons. The new Classic Menu will bring the familiar menus and toolbars to Microsoft Office 2007 as if it were Office 2003.

It will be possible to browse toolbars and menus without remembering the shortcuts. Now the user should just add Q-Q before the original shortcuts. For example, by pressing Alt-Q-Q and the 'All' menu displays.

Classic Menu for Office 2007 is ideal for international organizations as it supports all the languages of Microsoft Office 2007 including English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, Dutch, Chinese, and more. The download and trial is free.

More information is available on the Addintools Web site.

Editor's Note:
The information in this article is provided by Addintools and is not to be perceived as an endorsement of the product.

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