Office 2002 menu in place of 2010 ribbon

Does anyone have a recommendation for a good software program that will replace the Office 2010 ribbon with the Office 2003 menu for all Office applications?
GregMcKimAsked:
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
You can customize the ribbon:

http://www.articlesnatch.com/Article/Microsoft-Office-2010---Using-And-Customizing-The-Ribbon/1924970

and you can hide it. But I do not think you can turn it back to Office 2003. I have not seen such a skin. Natively you cannot do this.

While it takes some getting used to, ulimately it is not changing back, so best to get used to it. It does work fairly well.

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GregMcKimAuthor Commented:
i've seen many programs for sale and free online claiming to offer an add-in for the 2003 menu.  before trying one, i'm hoping someone on experts exchange can provide recommendations.
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bigeven2002Commented:
I can provide testimonial for AddinTools:

http://www.addintools.com/office2010/enterprise/index.html

We used this for our users on Office 2007 since they were not comfortable with the ribbon.  This worked perfectly and was worth the price for us.

It works by adding another option to the ribbon called Menu, which underneath that is the 2003 menu style.
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GregMcKimAuthor Commented:
Bigeven2002,

Thanks.  I did see adintools online and appreciate your recommendation.  I’ll give it a try and
let you know how it goes.
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bigeven2002Commented:
Certainly.  I hope it works out for you.
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GregMcKimAuthor Commented:
I'm using the addintools on a trial basis and so far it's OK.  Thanks bigeven2002.
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