3 Easy Steps to Show Microsoft Office Word 2003 Menu in Microsoft Office Word 2007/2010

In the mid 2008, I decided to use Microsoft office 2007 instead of Microsoft office 2003 because office 2007 equipped with a lot of new interesting features. However, now, I’m using Microsoft office 2010 beta since I like keeping myself up to date with new technology.

I remembered the first few weeks I change from office 2003 to office 2007 that it’s very hard for me to find tools I needed since it’s very different in how the menu tabs are showed in the new version.


Microsoft Word 2003 Menu Tab


Microsoft Word 2010 Menu Tab

In order to reduce the difficulties most users face when they decided to upgrade their Microsoft office to 2007 or 2010, I hope the below solution would be helpful:

  1. In order to insert Microsoft Word 2003 Menu into your Microsoft Word 2007/2010 menu tab, you need to install “UBitMenu” program. You can find that program by clicking here.
  2. After you get this program on your computer, it’s time for you to install it now. Before installing the program, make sure that you’ve already closed all Microsoft Office Application.


    Close all Microsoft Word applications

  3. After you finished installing “UBitMenu” program, run your Microsoft Office Application again. At this time, you can see the “Menu” tab appeared next to Home tab.

    The new "Menu" tab appears after you've installed UBitMenu

    Clicking on the Menu tab, you’ll see a lot of menu appear and those icons are very similar to Microsoft Office Word 2003.


    You now can see sth very similar to what's in Microsoft Word 2003

Hope this article help you especially for those who just upgrade to Microsoft Office Word 2007/2010.

Written by: Dara Saoyuth

Written date: 01/03/2010

UBitMenu program Click Here


About Saoyuth

A graduate in Media Management with experiences working as a reporter with local and international news institutions, a multimedia team leader and a TV Producer for a LIVE News Show. Currently, I am a freelance video maker and social media consultant.

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