Saturday, 30 April 2005

I frequently get asked, "Do I have to install Visio just to view a Visio diagram someone sent me?" or "I don't want to install Office on this computer - where can I get the viewer program for PowerPoint files?"

And sometimes people are looking for file version/type converters because someone sends them a file created with a different version of an Office application.

  • Converters allow you to open files created by people using different versions of your Office programs.
  • Viewers provide a means for people who don't have Office programs to see your work. You can provide them with the appropriate viewer along with your Office files.

Both are useful and requests from all sort of people seem to come up every now and then.

So, here's a one-stop place at to download the latest versions of Microsoft's free Office viewer and converters. Or, just click below:

Access viewers

Excel converters and viewers

Outlook converters and viewers

PowerPoint converters and viewers

Microsoft Project converters

Visio converters and viewers

Word converters and viewers

Converters and viewers for Macintosh users

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Thursday, 02 November 2006 07:29:45 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
... I am looking for a suitable word and page set up that suits my need. There are so many I don't want the wrong one. Can you recomend one and are there trial downloads for trial?
Mia Lebeu
Sunday, 19 November 2006 06:50:21 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
eu queria emplantar no meu msn o microsoft passpot obrigada e retorne munique
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