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Part 7. Using Office's Internet Tools

Part 7. Using Office's Internet Tools

Microsoft specifically designed the Office suite of programs to use the Internet and the World Wide Web. You will find plenty of Web-browsing features in each Office program. You can access information from the Web without leaving an application. You can also create Web documents by using the Web publishing features found in each Office program. Just about every file you create can be converted to an HTML file and published on the Web or on a corporate intranet.

In addition to Web-related features found within each program in the Office suite, you can also use Microsoft's Web browser, Internet Explorer, to view and access Web content. Internet Explorer 5.5 comes with Office XP, or you can download the latest copy of the program from Microsoft's Web site at http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/.


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