Classic Menu For Word & Excel 2007 [Sponsored Post]

by Klaus on January 19, 2010

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This is a sponsored post, paid for by ReviewMe. All views expressed in this post are mine and are not influenced by the fact that I have been paid to write this.

Do you remember the first time you launched either Word or Excel of Microsoft Office 2007? What was the first thing you noticed had changed? I bet it was the new Ribbon interface. The new Ribbon interface was the result of a survey conducted by Microsoft and is also the first time in the history of Microsoft Office, that you can’t modify the collection of options and commands within the Office applications.

The new Ribbon interface also meant a comprehensive departure of the toolbars you were used to from the older Office versions, where you had yourself familiarized with the placement of menus and toolbars.

While the survey conducted by Microsoft showed that only a small percentage of Office users actually modified the interface, power users have been craving for a way to customize Office 2007 in a way that makes them feel at home, once again.

Luckily there are options available for not only power users, but also regular Office users who just doesn’t like or doesn’t care getting familiar with the new Ribbon interface, so you can get Office to look pretty much like the classic Office 2003 you were used to. The products are Classic Menu for Word and Classic Menu for Excel. These two pieces of software are developed by Addintools who delivers high performance add-in and tools for Microsoft Office. The toolbars will cost you 12.50 euro each for 1 license and there are huge discounts available, the more licenses you purchase.

Both the Classic Word and Excel toolbars will get you back the classic menus and toolbars of Microsoft Office 2003 and supports all languages that are supported by Microsoft Office 2007. You are also covered by a 60 day money back guarantee as well as free updates and supports for 24 months. Free download and trial also available.

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