can office 2007 run on windows 7 starter

Can I use this MS Office or do I have to buy a newer version for Windows 7 and 64-bit operating system?
Also I suggest looking at Microsoft Office 2010 suite.
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But some OEM systems bundle a trial package of Office 2007 along with the machines sold.I can promise you it does run because I have Windows 7 and I use iTunes everyday!Unless it requires a special kind of graphic drivers.Facebook, pinterest, stumbleupon, whatsapp, email, ads by Google, i just got a laptop w/ 64-bit Windows 7 operating system.You can not move the whole program between partitions.Yes, Office Publisher 2007 is compatible with Windows 7, but you can get Office 2010 Pro cdex italiano per windows 7 as Office 2007 is outdated.Answered, in, if it works with Vista, it should work with Windows 7 too.TouchPaintShop Photo Express 2010PaintShop Photo Pro X3 (Painter Photo Essentials included with PaintShop Pro Photo X3 is also Windows 7 compatible)VideoStudio Express 2010VideoStudio Pro X3WinDVD 2010WinDVD Pro 2010WinZip 14WordPerfect Office X5 These products have been tested and have no known issues when running on Windows.Answered, in, it will run iTunes yes.
At least not with its retail package.
Beta 2 is available for testing purposes now.
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Answered, in, with a Google search I was able to find some useful results.
New Windows 7 features may or may not be supported, depending on the product.Contributed by user K1Starr (more what would you like to do?The following Corel products work on Windows 7:Coreldraw Graphics Suite X5Corel designer Technical Suite X4Digital Studio 2010Home OfficeMovieWriter Pro 2010MovieWriter Pro Ultimate 2010Painter 11Painter Essentials 4Painter Sketch PadPaint it!It should work without any problems, but it might require latest Service Packet from Microsoft.Uninstall the one you have now and install it again choosing the correct partition.If you need a free of cost productivity package similar to MS Office, why not try the completely free OpenOffice.