Just to warn that with the latest service pack (version 3) for Office 2003, Microsoft has disabled support for older file formats like Excel 95, Excel 97, PowerPoint 97, CorelDraw, and so on. Now you may not have access to those files. So gentlemen know if updated to latest service pack 3 for Office 2003, because it may not open its old files according to Microsoft for security reasons. The question then is, why before we save our data in formats that Microsoft knew were unsafe?. Well if someone made the mistake of upgrading its Office 2003 with the latest service pack, and seeks access to the old files on this website that Microsoft described the manual procedure to disable blocking those files.
Coders working on Wine for Mac have found that the Mac loader has gained its own undocumented ability to load and understand Windows Portable Executable (PE) files. They found PE loading capabilities in Leopard that weren’t there in Tiger. Further dissection showed that Apple is masking references to *Win* and *PE* in the dll, which means it’s not an accidental inclusion. Is Apple planning native PE execution within OSX?