No More Clicking and Dragging? Microsoft Office 2007 has a new look, designed to limit the need to use a mouse. It may signal a change in how computers are used — in some ways, a return to the early days.
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No More Clicking and Dragging?

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No More Clicking and Dragging?

No More Clicking and Dragging?

No More Clicking and Dragging?

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Microsoft Office 2007 has a new look, designed to limit the need to use a mouse. It may signal a change in how computers are used — in some ways, a return to the early days. David Pogue, technology columnist for The New York Times, discusses the changes with Steve Inskeep.