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Chapter 15. Using Microsoft Office 2003 ... > How Office 2003 is Different from Of...

How Office 2003 is Different from Office XP

One of the primary differences between Office XP and Office 2003 is that Office 2003 includes native ink support, whereas Office XP requires the Office XP Pack for Tablet PC. Even with the add-on, Office XP does not have the integrated feel of inking that Office 2003 offers.

For example, in Office XP, when you add an ink annotation, a box appears in which you must make the annotations, as shown in Figure 15.1.


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