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Introduction

The Microsoft Office 2003 programs are designed to work together so you can focus on what you need to do, rather than how to do it. In fact, the Office programs share tools and features for your most common tasks so you can work uninterrupted and move seamlessly from one program to another. All the Office programs work with text and objects in the same way. As a result, once you learn how to move, find, correct, and comment on text in one program, you can perform these tasks in every program. If you know how to perform a task in Word, you already know how to perform the same task in Excel, Access, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Publisher.


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