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Any idea where on Microsoft's site I can find updates for Project 2003 Standard?

Posted on 2014-11-03
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I've clicked until I can't click anymore searching for any updates that are available for Project 2003.  Found a page that's says current updates would still be available even though Office 2003 is at end of life cycle.  Formerly, you could find updates via the individual Program sites?  Now all you can find is where to buy their latest version of everything.
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