Can you change the Excel 2007 toolbars to look like Excel 2003 and earler versions?

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There is no direct option available to convert MS Excel 2007 look and feel changed to MS excel 2003. However, you can customized the MS Excel 2007 to your need. Click on MS Office icon on top right hand side corner. Click on MS ExcelOptions. Click on Customize and add the icon/command as per your needs. Regards, Sarfaraz Ahmed
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