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Can I still have shakespeare as the help character in Office 2003 (Windows XP
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You won't be able to re-install it, as it searches for Office 97. I don't
know what will happen if you upgrade.

Try copying the WILL.ACS (or whatever.ACS) file over to a machine with
Office 2003 on it, and try it out before you upgrade.

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Can I still have shakespeare as the help character in Office 2003 (Windows XP
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One of the outstanding poets of his time, in my humble opinion, is Shakespeare. I was particularly impressed after reading and studying the sonnets of william shakespeare which are very interesting and profound creations of the author. I think you should definitely pay your attention to reading them if you haven't done so before, I'm waiting for your answers.)
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Before you upgrade, try copying the WILL.ACS (or whatever.ACS) file to a computer running Office 2003 and giving it a try, after trying it i played run 3 to test it and it was pretty good
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