This seems to be becoming a common theme in reviews of Office 2003...

When Microsoft has already jammed so many features into earlier versions, why bother upgrading to this year's model? That's true more than ever in Office 2003, in stores Tuesday for Windows XP and 2000. The one component to get significant attention from Redmond, the e-mail/contacts/calendar manager Outlook, offers rewards for trading up. But Word, Excel and PowerPoint, the other core Office tools, have barely changed. If it weren't for a new, garish blue theme, few home users could tell the 2003 editions from their predecessors.
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