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Chapter 8. Sharing Office Documents > What's New in Office 2003

What's New in Office 2003

When you're working on an Office document, sometimes you need comments or contributions from other people to make it complete. You don't have to print, collate, staple, and route paper copies of the work in progress. Instead, you can use a variety of electronic tools to pass documents around.


Many of the features we discuss in this chapter are similar to those already available in previous Office versions. The most noteworthy additions are available when you pair Office 2003 with a network that includes at least one computer running Windows 2003 Web Server. In that configuration, which we discuss in more detail in Chapter 9, “Office and SharePoint,” members of a workgroup can share documents, conduct threaded discussions, maintain shared calendars and contact lists, and even create custom sites devoted exclusively to a single document, meeting, or project.


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