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Initial post: Jan 15, 2014 7:15:20 PM PST
momoffourpa says:
I'm debating getting office 365 with the subscription for the new laptop I'm getting, as well as for updating my PC which is still running Office 2000. I just want to be sure that if I update my PC that I can still open/read/write my old documents that still have the old ".doc" and ".xls" extensions. I'm scared I might loose all I have acquired over the years. Thanks!

Posted on Mar 30, 2014 6:18:51 PM PDT
SimonOrJ says:
Newer software such as Microsoft Office 2013 should be able to read legacy files.
so, you will be safe.
Office 365 subscription is linked with a Microsoft account, and each account can enjoy up to 30 days of Office 365 subscription for free. So just to be on the safe side, try using the demo first.
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