Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
FrontPage takes a major step in this release toward working more
comfortably with the variety of Web browsers, environments, and development
languages that are currently in use on the Web. You can easily work in
numerous browsers now and code in HTML if you choose without wading through
the stock code earlier versions of FrontPage placed for you. It’s cleaner, faster,
and more flexible.
From the Experts
Jim Buyens, author of Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003 Inside Out , expects
that the addition of dynamic templates, layout tables, and the new,
elaborate editor in FrontPage 2003 will be a hit with developers. The lists,
subwebs, and Web Parts in SharePoint Team Services also create
interesting possibilities for development possibilities. When asked whether he
would recommend that current FrontPage users upgrade to FrontPage
2003, he replied: “Absolutely. It’s worth the upgrade just for the coding
features alone.”
Other productivity enhancements include changes in Microsoft Office
Document Imaging, which includes smarter OCR (optical character recognition)
software that enables you to convert scanned images into text, illustrations, and
tables for export into Word. The improvements in Office Document Imaging
can also help you with those non-Office documents you don’t know what to do
with; you can receive them as digital images and then convert them into the
form you need that works with your other Office applications.
Finally, the new Microsoft Picture Library gives you an image toolkit for
making simple edits to your digital images. You can compress, crop, edit,
rotate, and change the brightness and contrast of pictures by using the editing
features in the Picture Library. You can also use the Picture Library to rename
the images you download from your digital camera, and you can share photos
and diagrams with others using SharePoint Team Services.
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