HAINAN, China, June 2 /CNW/ -- Addintools announced today the release of
Classic Menu for Office 2007 version 3.93, the newest update for its
award-winning flagship product, delivering both bugless performance and
stability. In version 3.93, there is no typing slowdown, which sometimes
occurred when multiple documents were in use. Moreover, the stability of the
program has been improved especially in those occasions when numerous
applications are running at the same time.
With the release of MS Office 2007, there has been a flow of complaints
from those who did not like the new Ribbon, and wanted the previous navigation
menus back. On the other hand, those who did like the new interface proclaimed
it a good idea to have both versions at hand. Addintools provides both sides
with an ultimate solution: Classic Menu for Office 2007.
Once installed, the program adds the familiar menus of Office 2003 to
Office 2007, and makes it extremely easy to adapt the interface to your own
preferences: you can position the Office 2003 interface along with the new one
or completely hide the latter, assign familiar commands to be at hand or have
all the menus under a single ''All'' pull-down list.
The application is extremely easy to deploy within an organization or
enterprise essentially increasing labor productivity as it becomes unnecessary
for staff to waste working hours getting accustomed to the new Office 2007
All these features along with its compact size (about 3Mb) have made
Classic Menu for Office 2007 irreplaceable for 45,000 users worldwide and for
various institutions such as universities, colleges, international enterprises
and government departments.
For nearly five years Addintools' goal has been bringing convenience and
comfort to routine work with Office applications. The company's major
products are Classic Menu for Office 2007, Classic Menu for Word 2007, Excel
2007, PowerPoint 2007, Access 2007, and Outlook 2007. To learn more about
Addintools, visit http://www.addintools.com .
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