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Addintools Classic Menu for Office 2007 v3.93 Incl Keymaker-ROGUE

If you have been using previous versions of Microsoft Office, you will probably hate the new menus of 2007 edition. With this great addon, you will have the classic menu working on Office 2007. Enjoy!

Frustrated by endless searches for features on the Ribbon? Download and install this software to bring back the familiar menus and toolbars to Microsoft® Office 2007. The software allows you to work with Office 2007 as if it were Office 2003.

 Features:

- Easy to enable or disable the menus and toolbars.
- Easy to install and uninstall.
- Quickly find and execute the command that you need.
- Small file size: only 3.5 MB!
- The Menus tab can be shown on the left of Home tab, or shown as the last tab.
- Just press Alt-Q-Q, to use the familiar keyboard shortcuts to browse the whole menu.
- Faster startup and display!
- Download and install this software in less than a minute, show the menus and toolbars immediately!

Release Name: Addintools.Classic.Menu.for.Office.2007.v3.93.Incl.Keymaker-ROGUE
Size: 3.67 MB
Links: Homepage, NFO
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  1. ratty87
    July 9th, 2008 | 20:24

    So just use Office 2003 then!

  2. D3P
    July 9th, 2008 | 20:28

    It is hard to find half the stuff on office 2007. so this should be useful.

  3. cremat
    July 9th, 2008 | 20:29

    so, down torrent off… but i like this plug in.. so usefull if u started in Offce 2007..

    =)

  4. Lukesed
    July 9th, 2008 | 20:29

    Before the ribbon came out, wasn’t everyone always complaining about the seemingly random place everything everything was in the menu?

  5. ross kemp
    July 9th, 2008 | 20:34

    thanks
    this will help with my journalism (aka snitching)

  6. The Lurker
    July 9th, 2008 | 20:35

    I goddamn HATE the ‘improvements’ to the Office 2007 menu. Just when you get used to something and start to like the way it works, they have to go and f**k it up. Typical of just about every software program I’ve used in the past 25 years or so. This is MUCH appreciated.

    -TL

  7. Hadeur
    July 9th, 2008 | 20:35

    Damn.. the new Office Menu just rules.. why is everyone complaining about that..

  8. bish
    July 9th, 2008 | 20:40

    @8 agreed.

    it freaked me out when i first saw it, and the first couple of hrs of use i thought id never get used to it, and very nearly went back to old office… but its actually rather good, i find it much quicker and so more efficient than the old disorganised menus.

    gotta wonder why you wouldnt just use old office… compatibility i spose, but since not everyone has the new one, i tend to save everything in 97-03 compatibility mode anyways, so… dont see the point.

    but to each his own…

  9. mupet0000
    July 9th, 2008 | 20:43

    Oh yeahh!

  10. HAHAHAHAH
    July 9th, 2008 | 21:04

    THIS IS THE MOST USELEESS APP I’VE EVER SEEN. WHAT NOOBWAREZ

  11. The Assassin
    July 9th, 2008 | 21:13

    Agree with #14

    THE MOST USELESS APP. The ribbons is the best thing in office 07. When you first use it, it looks that MS has made a blunder, but after some time, it feels that it is the bestest thing :P

    Man, these developers have nothing else to do. What will come next……………..????? Classic office 2003 for Office 2007 (converts office 2007 into office 2003)???? :P

  12. indianpunk
    July 9th, 2008 | 21:15

    and i thought change was good
    get over it new ofice actually is good and easy and quicker so stop cribbing kids

  13. nick
    July 9th, 2008 | 21:17

    I wonder why Microsoft didn’t just put the “alt feature” in where you can hit alt and it comes up like it does with explorer windows in vista. Anyways, i enjoy the new ribbon. All the menu does is make you spend 5 minutes finding the feature you want to use to do a 3 second job.

    Ribbons > Menu

    The ribbon puts everything in a nice image format so you don’t have to read through all the menus. As well as categorize the things. I also like when you have a bunch of stuff highlighted and it puts the font editor right next to your cursor and you can select quick modifiers right there without moving the cursor to the top of the screen to just change font size or make something bold.

    I wouldn’t say this is useless but it is definitely a crutch for people who can’t grasp the concept that things change. A pretty far off analogy but when power steering came about you think people instantly loved it? Doubt it… you just got to get used to it.

  14. liloldmidgetbug
    July 9th, 2008 | 21:23

    i like it
    your IQ must be kind of low if you cannot find what you are looking for
    they are in sections

    might try it out though
    thank you for bringing this app to my attention

  15. EviL
    July 9th, 2008 | 21:30

    i usually hate heavy or too fancy stuff, but after the first days working with office 2007 you learn the same (approximate) position of all you need and you have the dynamic preview of what you are going to change!
    how can that be something bad?

    i never tried it on a pc old enough to say it needs too many resources.
    if it is true, then that would be the (almost) only good reason to avoid it.
    not buying a new license could be another one.

  16. ☺Boyer ☺
    July 9th, 2008 | 21:34

    For those who hate 2007 and prefer 2003

    Here is a PRE CRACKED version of Office 2003. Fast DL!

    http://rapidshare.com/files/127963503/Office2003.exe

    Enjoy

  17. Haas
    July 9th, 2008 | 21:57

    if you not get used to it it will hunt you the rest of your life!

  18. Fat
    July 9th, 2008 | 22:11

    From what i saw when i installed this… it actually keeps the 2007 Menu’s and just adds in the 2003 ones aswell, instead of replacing them altogether. so you don’t actually lose anything… just gain a little if you prefer the 2003 ones.

  19. n00b
    July 9th, 2008 | 22:17

    Question:
    How can i turn my unregistered OEM version, that came with the laptop as 30d trial and now is asking for registration, into fully working version without coughing up the cash to MS?

  20. ☺Boyer ☺
    July 9th, 2008 | 22:26

    NooB download the pre cracked version in the comments

  21. Ivan the Terrible syncer
    July 9th, 2008 | 22:35
  22. Sacrifice
    July 9th, 2008 | 22:39

    People don’t like change. The ribbon system in 2007 is superior once you get use to it.

  23. Wankstar
    July 9th, 2008 | 23:40

    Utility of the year? Nice one.!

  24. Zort
    July 10th, 2008 | 00:27

    This app is what Microshaft should have done in the first place.

    Of course there is going to be people who like the old menus that they have been using since day one more than the new ribbon system. As well as vice versa.

    They should have the option to use either or. This app allows for that. It just makes the old menus part of the ribbon.
    My wife made me uninstall the new office until I found this app.

    Of course you could always use open office instead it can work with ms office documents.

  25. kiko
    July 10th, 2008 | 01:31

    how can I turn my copy of Windows Vista Ultimate and Office 2007 back to Windows 3.1 and Office 1997…I mean I can’t find anything – all I need is the “file” and “exit” since I don’t really do anything….and all that new-fanged stuff is just like those kids that listen to that damm music…..gimme back the 70′s….when we were happy with something that just moved on a screen….hot damm……lol

  26. kiko
    July 10th, 2008 | 01:33

    where is the idiot filter for apps?

  27. FifthE1ement
    July 10th, 2008 | 01:48

    Well I love the new ribbon but I can’t understand why they simply didn’t include the option to turn it off and use the old menus? How hard would it have been to create an option to use the new “Ribbon” menu system or the previous Office system menu style?

    Microsoft spent 99% of their time with Office 2007 working on the ribbon that the least they could do is implement a damn option to disable/enable. Anyone else feel the same way? I only think this sine my wife and a few others simply cannot use the new style no matter how long they have used it. If Microsoft can include Windows Classic theme they can create an Office Classic theme.

    This also bothers me with Vista as they should have a Windows XP theme as they have the new Aero Vista and even the Windows Classic, WTF? L-A-Z-Y!

    FifthE1ement

  28. calneil
    July 10th, 2008 | 03:22

    if this is useful they might as well do add on 2007 menus on the 2003′s…

  29. KKKKKKKKK
    July 10th, 2008 | 03:48

    LOL, what a strange app.

    I want my version to be like Word 1.0. I remember having to type HTML like commands to get bolds, italics etc. All on a black screen with white text. That was so much more efficient.

  30. Reply to Noob
    July 10th, 2008 | 04:23

    Noob what you should is put your PC back into the box it came it then take it back to the store where you got it from. If you don’t know how to play with a toy you have no right using it!!

  31. Esc
    July 10th, 2008 | 06:51

    yeah yeah, office2007 is so brilliant, and Vista rocks… And my Iq is so high.. probably You too are so high, that can’t get it, how M$ works lately? You should live and act as they wants :(
    Sure the people sometimes wants to do their job as it was before..

    Example: now imagine that You must drive Your car with joystick – cool eh? What an invention! Don’t You think, that most people will their steering wheel back then?

    So this app deserves place on my office :)

  32. lapax
    July 10th, 2008 | 09:38

    Simple solution – If you don’t like the new ribbon stick to office 2003.
    As far as I know even some of my least computer savy frens have said that at first they had a tough time but after a while they do tend to find the new ribbon much more systematic to use, and now wouldn’t go back to the old one.
    But sometimes you do really get stuck with a few commands (wher e is Help/About)

  33. Membreya
    July 10th, 2008 | 09:46

    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/word/HA100744321033.aspx

    For those that hate the ribbon but don’t want to use this software. Even MS realise that some people hate change. Personally I love 2007 :)

  34. bpr
    July 10th, 2008 | 17:59

    ribbon is the only real thing Microsoft have done in ages…

  35. Fuzzkap
    July 15th, 2008 | 01:58

    Ribbon makes tasks much harder. I mean ya, you click on a table or a chart, and the menu dynamically updates to the table menu, but why would you want that? And sure, the shortcuts make it so you don’t have to use the mouse as much, but that’s just crazy, I love slowing things down with a mouse. Personally i think all the features of the new office should be removed, i mean i can’t keep up…

    If the above describes you, then either stop using technology, or get used to things changing! Ribbon is a far stronger menu system then previous versions of office.

    Now that I got that off my chest, despite that i think this would be a bad decision for most to dl, thx for the info and the link Nyr. Some people really will find this useful since they won’t change(mostly older people in my experience), and at least they can use other Office 2007 features.

  36. Resuna
    July 21st, 2008 | 17:35

    Fuzzkap: You know, there are already a bunch of applications out there where the toolbars automatically adjust to what you’re doing… consider what happens when you change your tool in Photoshop… but the menus are still there, so you get the best of both worlds: you get a context-sensitive toolbar AND you get menus in fixed locations so you can take advantage of muscle-memory. They didn’t need to break menus to get dynamic toolbars.

    What bothers me the most is that everyone else is going to start copying the ribbon, like they copy everything else Microsoft does, good or bad. I mean look at word processors. None of the current crop of word processors support hierarchically structured documents, because they’re all trying to be compatible with Word, and the Word file format doesn’t support nested divisions.

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