My keyboard customizations that I had set up in Word 2003 are all gone.
I can no longer transcribe or type reports in this version of Word 2003 that I had very carefully set up over years of time until I set it back up the way it was, and that may take a long time.
I'm not happy about this. My questions about MS Word were not answered to my satisfaction when I originally went to set up ****** ON SATURDAY and now you have put in a new installation of word processing, and uninstalled the old one that I have heavily customized. I am currently searching the hard drive for remnants of my customization files, but I did happen to see how many files were permanently deleted by you and how many apps uninstalled, so I don't have much hope. I had been using some of those keystroke combinations for so long I have forgotten the names of the macros that were associated with them, so it will be trial-and-error. Meanwhile I have other work that will suffer because my MS Office files have been so drastically changed.
I was thinking about saying no yesterday when you said, "I'm going to do you a big favor and install Office 2007 on your computer." I thought for a long time about whether I wanted to do that on that particular machine. What is a person supposed to do once that point is reached? If I could have been pointed toward a basic installation of Word for the machine I use for work only--as I don't use that one--things would have been fine.
If there is a way you can bring back my version of Word 2003, please let me know. Otherwise I don't want to talk to you anymore.