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1. I downloaded Microsoft Office 2007 successfully, however, I don't see 2
things.
An "edit" on the menu
2. Everytime I save in Microsoft Office 2007, it saves in Microsoft 97-2003.
I cannont find it anywhere in Office 2007 files.
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1. That's because the ribbon has changed where you find your commands.
Specifically which command are you looking for?

2. Office button - Word options - Save - check to see if it's been set to
always save as the older versions.

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1. I downloaded Microsoft Office 2007 successfully, however, I don't see
2
things.
An "edit" on the menu
2. Everytime I save in Microsoft Office 2007, it saves in Microsoft
97-2003.
I cannont find it anywhere in Office 2007 files.


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