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Windows 7: One Note 2003 compatibility question

21 Sep 2015   #1
tonyvella

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One Note 2003 compatibility question

I have created quite a few notebooks with ON 2010. I have changed computers and can no longer install my ON 2010 (only good for 3 installs). I have a chance to get an open-ended ON 2003 and my question is whether I would be able to open 2010 notebooks with the 2003 version?
Thanks in advance for all assistance.


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21 Sep 2015   #2
Ranger4

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It might work but generally programs are not backwards compatible. Normally you would want to open older versions with a later version & this can mostly be done.

The only way would be to try it & see if it will work. One Note 2003 would in fact be two versions older than One Note 2010 & as you probably know Office & One Note 2003 are no longer supported by Microsoft.
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