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Word 2007 and labels

by bkay / March 1, 2011 3:01 AM PST

I bought Office 2007 shortly after it came out. I thought Word was awful - difficult to use with useless "stuff" in the menus that you had to go beyond to get to common menu items. It had some real problems with the labels applications and the "help" explanations didn't match the program (I make a lot of list/merge labels.). So, I deleted it and went back to Office XP, and use it with Outlook 2007. I don't have publisher or powerpoint on the XP disk, so upgrading has some advantages.

Does anyone know if they got around to fixing the problems with this program or is it still buggy and difficult to get around in?

Thanks for your help.
Bkay

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