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Chapter 27. Collaboration and Office XP > Office XP and the Internet

Office XP and the Internet

With the introduction of Office 2000 came Microsoft's attempt at completely integrating its Office applications with the Internet. Office Internet protocols and file formats became native to all the applications. Every program in the Office suite is now capable of writing content to a Web page as easily as it could to the computer screen or printer. This integration now makes Office a viable Internet content creation option.

Also introduced in Office 2000 is the use of HTML as a native file format and Web folders as a file storage option. These two features help bring users unfamiliar with traditional Internet tools into the world of content creation and make the process of collaboration with Office easier than it has ever been.


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