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Windows 7: Compatibility of "Save My Settings Wizard" option


17 Aug 2011   #1

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Compatibility of "Save My Settings Wizard" option

Hi guys!
I'm using a computer with MS Office 2003, since i have all customized in the Office XP my computer has.... i wanted to know if the ".ops" file that i have created with "Save My Settings Wizard" on Office xp will work with no trouble for Office 2003.


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18 Aug 2011   #2

 
 

Be careful about relying on the 'Save My Settings Wizard.' I've tried to use it to transfer my Office2003 files/folders and other settings from XP to a new computer and it did not work well. Some random settings were saved, others were not, and who knows if there were any corruptions or problems that I don't even know about. My best advice is before doing anything, back up everything on a separate device (i.e. memory stick, external hard drive, etc.) so that you can recreate your files and folders if you have to.
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18 Aug 2011   #3

widnows 7 professional 32 bits
 
 

Thanks a lot for the advice, i didn't know that the function could also modify files and folder i thought that the function was only for the customization of the buttons and panels...
what i did was to use an old office xp screenshot to rearrange the buttons manually

thanks for that advice!
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