Microsoft Office 97/98

edited March 2018 in Product Comments

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  • Works perfectly! Very nice. Thanks to winworldpc.

  • I got a question: why did you not go kill that damn paperclip?

  • Professional has Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook and Bookshelf(?) -
    Standard EXCLUDES Access and Bokkshelf -
    Dev edition has everything Professional plus some SDK stuff -
    idk about Small Business

  • @ChesterCarlNiro_pi_pew said:
    I got a question: why did you not go kill that damn paperclip?

    Hey! I love clippy.

  • edited January 13

    There is some form of an easter egg on the Office 97 professional CD-ROM. In the sounds (/clipart/mmedia) folder, you will find the startup and shutdown sounds of a later iteration of the OS that Windows NT developed out of.

    They are titled glide.wav and melorise.wav.

  • @win32 said:
    There is some form of an easter egg on the Office 97 professional CD-ROM. In the sounds (/clipart/mmedia) folder, you will find the startup and shutdown sounds of a later iteration of the OS that Windows NT developed out of.

    They are titled glide.wav and melorise.wav.

    melorise.wav is the OS/2 Warp 4 startup sound, while glide.wav is the OS/2 3.0 shutdown sound.

  • Lol i problely going to install it on my XP PC

  • It has an excellent built in spell checker and grammar checker. Give it a try.

  • @SomeGuy said:
    It has an excellent built in spell checker and grammar checker. Give it a try.

    All office suites have good built-in spell/grammar checkers, so that's easy to believe.

  • i dare you
    watch it all

  • Hi All, I have the updated more rarer small business edition of Office 97. The one with about 4 CD's (Disc 1 is the same as before but Disc 2 has publisher 98, and the other two discs are reference discs) - I'll try and upload them for you

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