I think that its a lot like Binder that they have/had on Office for Win. It just keeps track of all of your Office documents for a particular project... kind of like smart folders, but for office.mad jew said:2004 has Project Manager which, to this day, I still don't really know it's usefulness.
It sounds to me as though you have a bad installation. I suggest that you reinstall Word 2004 by drag & drop from the distribution CD. If you have Office 2004, just drag the whole folder over. The takeaway message is that your problem is not normal.AmigoMac said:Yes, but for some reason I must read some work files with word X because 2004 doesn't display the graphics and MS support says my graphics aren't compatible and they can't help me, the files were created with Office for windows 2001.
wwooden said:Office 2004 looks cleaner and more consistent.
No worries, it's all good.mad jew said:
ALOT lessmachobson said:I find that Office 2004 crashes less than Office X.
Actually, I'm the same - I've only had Office v.X crash for me a coupe times over the years. I haven't used 2004 enough to comment on its stability (only played with a few times it at a friend's place), but v.X has definitely been stable for me!mad jew said:Office X has crashed only once for me in two years. Maybe I'm just lucky, because I use it a lot.