Note: This software has been discontinued by
the vendor. You can download a trial of a more recent version at
PCWorld‘s review of Microsoft Office
We found Microsoft Office 2007 to be a worthy upgrade with a
great, new interface and a powerful new file format called Open
XML. However, it will take you a while to get used to the new suite
and not all applications are upgraded equally. Plus, users of the
older versions of Office (and that’s mostly everyone for now) will
need a freely downloadable compatibility pack to work with your new
For more information, take a look at our in-depth complete
Microsoft Office 2007 review.
The download link below will take you to the Microsoft Office
Online Web site so you can download one of the free 60-day trials.
These aren’t Microsoft’s normal browser-based demos (called Test
Drives) but fully functional software programs that you can try out
for 60 days. After that period, the software will become crippled;
you won’t be able to create, save, or print files. You can try out
four versions of the 2007 Office suite–Home and Student, Standard,
Small Business, and Professional. You can also try out seven 2007
programs–such as Groove, OneNote, and Publisher–on their own.
Internet activation is required.