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I purchased Word 2010 as part of Office 2010 suite. I have been using Word 2003 at home/work prior to that, although we use Outlook 2007 at work. I am used to the ribbon interface and don't mind it as I do think once you get used to it, it is an improvement over the previous interface. But my main gripe with Word 2010 and the entire Office 2010 suite (especially Outlook 2010) is that it is almost like beta software. It is full of bugs. I have had to reinstall Office 2010 at least 6 times. The software will be working, then all of a sudden every time you open the software, it tries to install it again. There seem to be a lot of conflicts running on a 64-bit operating system (I am on Win 7 64-bit).
I have a 300,000 line application that I am maintaining and continuing to develop using Visual Studio 6. I really wanted to like this product because I was hoping to have an up-to-date development environment that I could use on a new Windows 8 64-bit computer. Alas, Microsoft has removed the macro facility from Visual Studio -- which eliminates a feature I use hundreds of times per day. The user interface in VS 2012 is perplexing; the main problem being that source files are opened in a sort-of tabbed window. Although it's possible to create separate windows so you can view files simultaneously, there doesn't seem to be an option that would make the separate window display the default.
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