Captain Ned wrote:I've learned to navigate the Ribbon, but would really prefer a return to the tool bars/button bars from my Office 4.3 through Office 2003 days. It will take me a long time to lose my fondness for Office '97.
Jive wrote:... I think it is also capable of using the gpu to process data...
P4Power wrote:Jive wrote:... I think it is also capable of using the gpu to process data...
Excel 2010 doesn't support GPU calculation if that is what you mean. They added GPU support for 3D shapes and chart creation. If they could make the GPU do the calculations the speed improvements would be unbelievable even for a system that doesn't have a monster GPU.
Corrado wrote:Seeing as its $98 for a 3 pack non-upgrade, thats what I bought between myself, my father and my wife. Its not free like openoffice, but it also runs a lot better in my experience, plus thats what we're all used to.
Sargent Duck wrote:I bought the home and student edition of Office 2007. Sister and mom, $33 bucks for Office ain't bad at all.
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