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Sharing Documents

Word is often used in a business environment by groups of users who need to work together. To accommodate the need for users to create documents as a team, Word has workgroup features that make it easier to track and protect changes in documents.

In this section, we discuss Word's traditional collaboration features, all of which entail different people opening and editing a document. The document may be stored in a commonly accessible location, or it may be passed around via e-mail. Either way, team members make their changes and save them to a file so that the next person in line can see those changes. If your workgroup has Office 2003 and a SharePoint server available, you have the additional option of collaborating in a Document Workspace. For more details about working with SharePoint-enabled networks, see Chapter 9, “Office and SharePoint.”



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