How about, "No. Not planning to run Office 2010. Ever." Kingsoft Office 2012 is freeware (for the basic 3-app package) and it's MS Office 2007-compatible, so why would I pay for Microsoft's latest travesty of an interface?
Office 2013 will have to just wait for me to catch up. I'll buy it in 2023.
Office 2003 still works for me and my wife uses Office 2010 in her studies.
I just found a copy of Office 2007 on the shelf and put it back. I don't need it.
BTW: Open Source Office programs are becoming pretty easy to use these days. (and they're free as has been mentioned already)
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Any word on how long Office 2013 Preview is going to last?
Yes, I am using Office 2003 too. I have been making some software with VBA for Word and Excel , and I can do mostly - everything on that package. There is no point in paying for colorful interface of 2013,14,15... and start learning unimportant things over and over again. What is the point in changing positions of menu items from one version of MS Office to the other, if not for enriching enormously rich company even more?
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