This questions has been asked often, and with PowerPoint 2010 coming up, it's been asked more frequently. The question is about having multiple versions of PowerPoint installed on the same machine, and if that can cause any problems?
The answer is that generally you should see no problems as long as you follow some guidelines:
I also have PPT 2003 and PPT 2007 on my PC (Win XP) and I can have both opened at the same time. Only little problem is that I can't use the Microsoft ClipArt/Photo library on the 2003 version.
Thanks for sharing this tip, I'm about to change my PC and plan to be running PPT 2003 to 2010 on it.
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