HAIKOU, China, April 12, 2012 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- Support for Windows XP and Office 2003 will come to an end on April 8, 2014. This means the existing users of Windows XP and Office 2003 will have to migrate to a new Windows System with Office 2010 before the end of their support date. Otherwise, you may expose your computers to potential risk when running on an unsupported and unpatched environment.
Running Office 2010 means the existing users of Office 2003 will have to face a completely new Office interface – the Ribbon. How should you ease the transaction and quickly get everyone used to the new interface without impacting work efficiency, especially when a large enterprise is migrating to Office 2010? Spending extra money training employees on how to use the new interface is one possible solution. However, that entails employees spending a lot of time and effort trying to adapt to the new interface. And so, here comes the amazing Classic Menu for Office (provided by Addintools) which brings the familiar menus of Office 2003 to the interface of Office 2010. This means no training is needed for existing Office 2003 users when migrating to the latest version of Office. Instead, with the help of Classic Menu, everyone is able to "master" Office 2010 right away.
Please try out Classic Menu for Office 2010. We are confident you will want to keep using it with Office 2010 after the free trial. For more detailed information about Classic Menu for Office, please visit http://www.addintools.com.
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