The product works very well and has no adverse affect on Office 2007.
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Haikou, Hainan, China (PRWEB) December 5, 2007
Classic Menu 2007, which brings easy-to-understand Office 2003 menus and toolbars to Office 2007, has won major accolades, garnering awards from four major software sites and no fewer than three positive reviews. The program, developed by Addintools, is available for download from the company’s Web site, http://www.addintools.com/english/menuoffice/
As users of any of the Microsoft Office Suite of programs (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook or PowerPoint) well know, Microsoft developers replaced the familiar menus and toolbars with a less-familiar and much less user-friendly ribbon. Even Office partisans wished, from time to time, that they could have their old menus back. Classic Menu 2007 revives the menus, empowering users with a choice.
Now software sites have taken notice of this great application, lauding both the developers' skill and the ease of use of the new program.
The program not only received five stars on popular download sites like ProgramURL.com, FileDudes.com, Softpedia.com and Discountfile.com, but popular Office enthusiast Web sites have taken positive notice of the simple, elegant and powerful program.
Office-Watch.com says that, "The product works very well and has no adverse affect on Office 2007." The site calls the program "a 'half way house' for people who are having trouble making the change" and suggests network administrators can add Classic Menu 2007 for "users who don't want to change the way they work when the company deploys Office 2007."
TechRepublic.com says with Classic Menu 2007 "implementation is pretty clever" -- adding a menus tab to the ribbon or allowing users to minimize the ribbon altogether.
On Deb-Tech.com, Classic Menu 2007 is lauded as "the best of both worlds." Testers "fell in love" with the installation and ease of use and also found no application instability after extended testing, unlike their experience with other application add-ins. In fact, testers wondered why Microsoft did not include a menus option with Office 2007 in the first place.
Classic Menu 2007 is available in six downloads, individual programs for Word 2007, Excel 2007, PowerPoint 2007, Access 2007 and Outlook 2007 for $15.99 apiece or a download for the entire Office 2007 suite for $29.95.
To see more information about Classic Menu 2007, a newly available menu and toolbar program for Office 2007 and other programs in the Office suite, visit http://www.addintools.com/english/menuoffice/default.htm.
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