So let's say you're still weighing a move to Office but can't imagine paying full or even upgrade price when there free, worthy alternatives such as Google Docs, Lotus Symphony, OpenOffice. What to do if you don't want to wait until next year, when Microsoft launches Office 14 and will, as Microsoft confirmed last week, offer at least one version of Office 14 via the Web for free? Tight times, equal measures There are two established ways to buy Microsoft Office on the cheap. One is the reseller version. Aimed at PC makers and do-it-yourselfers, this edition is entirely legal for consumers to buy. Full retail versions let you install the software on two PCs, except for Home and Student versions, which allows three. And if you have to replace a defective motherboard, it's likely Microsoft will count that as a new PC and disable the software.
The Fuzz is due to the fact that things are being displayed on screen not to their native dimensions…. but to me the fuzz is so slight it doesn't matter. Give me slightly fuzzy to unreadable any day!!. I hope this helps QB16 Users (PS I am pretty sure this fix will work for previous versions of QB as well.
) In my haste I left out 1 crucial step.