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Chapter 6. Accessing the Internet > Accessing the Internet World

Accessing the Internet World

Outlook 2002 is tightly integrated with Windows (including Internet Explorer) and with other Office XP components. Instead of duplicating functionality that's already in Windows, Outlook seamlessly links to Windows. Similarly, Outlook shares functionality with the other components of the Office suite.

Much of this component-sharing goes on behind the scenes and isn't immediately obvious to Outlook users. However, when you use Outlook in the Internet environment, it's apparent that Outlook relies on other Windows and Office components. Specifically, Outlook uses components of Internet Explorer to provide access to the Internet and intranet sites and to provide access to Internet newsgroups.


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