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Chapter 7. Using Office on the Web > What's New in Office 2003

What's New in Office 2003

You may think of Office as a way to produce letters and spreadsheets, but it's also a first-rate Web-authoring tool. Or, more precisely, it's a collection of great Web-authoring tools. As in previous versions, you can save just about any Office document in Web format.


Most of the Web-authoring features in Office 2003 are unchanged from those in Office XP. Word has fewer wizards, and Publisher is greatly improved. The biggest new Web features, in fact, are only relevant if you have a business with a SharePoint server handy. In that case, you can use a SharePoint site as a repository for virtually any type of Office document, and you can discuss, collaborate, and track those documents from a browser.


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