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Thread: UBitMenu : Brings the Ms Office 2003 Menu Back to Office 2007

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    UBitMenu : Brings the Ms Office 2003 Menu Back to Office 2007

    UBitMenu is a simple way for professional Microsoft Office users to get accustomed to the new ribbon based interface of Office 2007 without any performance loss. It will emulate / activate the Office 2003 menu in Word 2007, Excel 2007 and Powerpoint 2007.

    If you have spent agonizing minutes trying to find features in Word, Excel or PowerPoint ribbons that would have been at your finger tips in Office 2003 you will soon appreciate UBitMenu, especially when you have to finish an important document under time pressure.

    UBitMenu does not hide the ribbon interface, but adds the classic menu as a new ribbon. Gradually you will realize that many functions are easier to handle using Office 2007 ribbons. Microsoft has done a good job there.



    UBitMenu Advantages

    • based on standard Microsoft® Office-AddIn technology
    • contains no active code elements (no virus scanner hassle)
    • no VSTO or .NET-environment or configuration needed
    • no dependencies
    • extremely small file size
    • no impact on performance


    Download Free BitMenu - Click Here

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    Re: UBitMenu : Brings the Ms Office 2003 Menu Back to Office 2007

    Hi,

    thank you for this info

    did you tested?

    if so, did you noticed any bugs or defects?

    thank you

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    Re: UBitMenu : Brings the Ms Office 2003 Menu Back to Office 2007

    Ubitmenus is great!
    I was tryng a similar (more complete, larger menu) program: Office Classic Menu, but I was having problem when I tryed to insert image in a word document: Word simply crashed, but with Ubitmenu there's no problem inserting images, but...
    How can be done to have Ubitmenu as the default menu? I mean, to see the menu at startup, because you have to click in the "menu tab" to see it, even ANY TIME you do something else: the "ribbon" persistently back again and again! Is there a trick for that? Suggestions are welcome... Thanks,
    Valentin

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