Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Communicating instantly with integrated messaging. Windows
Messenger is now built right into Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 (and
appears as smart tags when you type recognized names in
application documents), which means you can see whether others on your
contact list are online. If they are, you can ask a quick question or
send a fast update while you’re thinking about it.
Collaborating more effectively with enhanced team features.
Improved collaboration features in the major applications as well as
improvements in SharePoint Team Services make working with
others both inside and outside your organization easier to manage
than ever. Using new meeting and document workspaces, you can
gather and discuss (and revise) anywhere you have access to the
Web; you can also customize templates for your SharePoint site,
compare calendars, set alerts, and create customized lists for the way
you organize and view your site.
Creating a personalized collection of services you need and
want. The new MyOffice site, available only to Office users, is an
online collection of supports and services that help you answer
questions about Office and extend its core functionality through
complementary products and services that facilitate your work
process—in the best way for you.
Making your data go further with XML. XML (Extensible
Markup Language) has changed the way we work with information
by separating the data—the document’s structure and meaning—
from its format (Microsoft Office Word 2003 document, Microsoft
Office Excel 2003 spreadsheet, Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003 Web
site, and so on). Because the data is stored separately using a
structured, self-describing language, the data itself can be used in
different forms to produce a variety of end results. This allows you to use
the same data to create a brochure, a Web site, a PivotTable,
a Microsoft Office Access 2003 report, and so on. You save time
creating what you want to create instead of copying existing
documents, removing formats, and starting over. Smart Documents use
XML to bring this enhanced functionality to Word and Excel, and
InfoPath enable you to prepare sophisticated forms to gather and
reuse information.
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