Posted 23 May 2012 - 11:30 PM
Fortunately, I do not have those time delay problems in Office, because I still use Microsoft Office XP Professional. The individual applications work quickly and collectively under the umbrella of Microsoft Windows XP Professional (Service Pack 3). Sometimes using something newer while the old things work well may not be worth the time and investment. I am able to work around various tasks in Office because I use keyboard shortcuts like an avid typist. Even Microsoft Publisher 2002 enables me to make files with a combination of pictures, texts and other graphics such as lines and other shapes with ease. Most users just want to spend sufficient time on the job at hand instead of taking a long ride with a program, except the first time to get acquainted with the tool. The trick is to do the job from start to finish with no more and no less time needed for the job at hand.