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Introduction

Introduction

Microsoft Office has penetrated the business world with a universality rivaled only by the personal computer itself. In most Mac- or Windows-based corporations, anyone not using Word, Excel, and PowerPoint at work is considered a weirdo. For that matter, a few people use them at home, too.

Office has been on the Mac in one form or another since 1989, but it gained greater acceptance with the release of Office 2001, which was the debut of Entourage—the all-in-one email-cum-personal-information-manager-program. But before the year 2001 was even torn off the calendar, Office X exploded onto the scene with some of the first—and best—productivity programs available for the Mac's new operating system, Mac OS X. With each new version, Microsoft has not only given Office greater speed and more new features, but has strived to make them all work better together. The result is the topic of this book—Office 2004.

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