A powerful and easy-to-use add-in for showing the classic menus and toolbars of Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 on Ribbon of Microsoft PowerPoint 2007. Operating System: Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003 Server, Windows Vista, Windows 2008 Server Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 All of the new features in Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 have been added into the Classic Style Menus and Toolbars. Supports all languages that are supported by Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 including: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, Dutch, Chinese and more. Did you waste a lot of time at finding which Tab on Ribbon includes the function you want when you working on Microsoft PowerPoint 2007? Please do not worry about it. Now Classic Style Menus and Toolbars bring back the familiar menus and toolbars to your Microsoft PowerPoint 2007. When you start up Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 after installing the software, you will see the familiar menus and toolbars of Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 on the Ribbon of Microsoft PowerPoint 2007. You can start your jobs immediately and finish them quickly as using Microsoft PowerPoint 2003. You will get a smooth learning and training curve for all of Office 2007 Suites and use them immediately: Basic, Standard, Home and Student, Small Business, Professional, Professional Plus, Enterprise and Ultimate. Easy to enable or disable the menus and toolbars. Easy to show or hide the original tabs on Ribbon, including Home, Insert, Page Layout, View, Review and more. Easy to deploy to client computers in your Enterprise or Organization. Easy to install and uninstall this software. Quickly find and execute the command that you want. Small file size: only less than 700 KB! ( 0.7 MB ) You can decide where the menus should be shown. Fast start up and use it immediately!
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