OFFICE 2003 SBE GERMAN 588-02840
Office 2003 Editions can help organizations and their employees transform
information into impact. New and familiar products, features, and
functionality improve how people and organizations connect to people,
information, and business processes.
Advances in intranet collaboration through integration with the
collaboration and information-sharing portal, enable employees to access
and share information both internally and externally. Support for
information rights management IRM and industry-standard Extensible
Markup Language XML provide a platform on which to quickly build
cost-effective solutions that can have an immediate impact.
Key Features and Benefits
Enable teams to modify, access, and save documents in a central location
by using Document Workspaces. In addition, the Shared Workspace task pane
displays tasks, related documents, links, and member lists that notify you
when your team members are online. Document Workspaces and the Shared
Workspace task pane require Microsoft Windows Server 2003 running
Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services.
Share documents with team members for modifications and have control over
what gets changed. You can choose permission settings and allow coauthors
to alter only the sections or formatting that you choose.
Improve the efficiency of your meetings with Meeting Workspaces, which
offer a centralized location for sharing agendas, visual resources, and
other documentation. Meeting Workspaces require Windows Server 2003
running Windows SharePoint Services.
Contact team members quickly with instant messaging IM, which can be
displayed in most programs in Office 2003 Editions and lets you know when
your team members are online. Online presence information requires Windows
Server 2003 running Windows SharePoint Services.
Schedule meeting times quickly with team members. When you use the
personal information manager and communication program, Microsoft Office
Outlook® 2003, with Windows SharePoint Services, you can compare schedules
side by side or view team calendars.
Help secure company assets by using IRM capabilities to prevent people who
receive documents or e-mail messages from forwarding, copying, or printing
documents and attachments.
Reduce document sharing or unintended use by setting an expiration date on
a document, after which it cannot be viewed or modified.
Help protect your documents from being unintentionally changed by using
Word Formatting and Editing Restrictions. You can set permission controls
on entire documents or portions of a document to prevent modifications or
Read e-mail more quickly. The Outlook 2003 Reading Pane displays twice as
much content as previous versions of Outlook, reducing the amount you need
to scroll to read e-mail messages.
Prioritize e-mail messages by using Quick Flags to indicate a priority or
Save time spent rereading e-mail messages in threaded conversations. You
can group all messages by subject line and then quickly scan or delete
entire conversation threads.
Find important e-mail messages immediately. Use Search Folders to save
commonly used searches and then use them when you need them. Store the
resulting messages in any folder, and still access them quickly. Search
folders require a connection to Microsoft Exchange 2003.
Help block junk e-mail messages from cluttering your Inbox with the new
Junk E-Mail Filter in Outlook 2003.
Use Outlook 2003 in different network environments. Outlook stays
connected to a network even when you roam between different connections.
Help protect your privacy. With Outlook, you can choose when to include
Hypertext Markup Language HTML content in an e-mail message, and can
help prevent unsolicited attachments from automatically returning
information to the originating server.
Keep working regardless of your connection status. If your network
connection is unreliable, the Cached Exchange Mode in Outlook 2003 saves
and displays the information from the last time you connected to the
network. Caching requires Exchange Server 2003.
Access resources while working on a files. The new Research task pane can
help you access electronic dictionaries, thesauruses, online research
sites, and proprietary company information while working in Office 2003
programs. You can find information and incorporate it into your work
quickly and easily.
Take notes directly in your files. If you use a Tablet PC, you can use the
tablet pen to add comments.
Manipulate and analyze XML business data. Office 2003 programs can
manipulate, analyze, and format data from your most critical business
systems. You can customize documents and task panes so that they integrate
with XML data sources and outside programs.
Empower users and reduce development time with XML. With Microsoft Office
Excel 2003, you can use the visual mapping tool to connect a
user-specified XML schema to fields in your spreadsheet.
Customize smart tags to bring relevant business information directly into
your work. Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003, Outlook 2003, and Microsoft
Office Access 2003 support third-party and customized smart tags.
Note In all Office 2003 Editions, Word 2003 documents and Excel 2003
spreadsheets can be saved in a native XML file format which can be
manipulated and searched using any program that can process industry
standard XML. With Microsoft Office Professional Edition 2003, companies
can also use customized XML formats-or schemas-to enable easier and more
advanced information creation, capture, exchange, and reuse.
Microsoft OFFICE 2003 SBE GERMAN, 128 MB, Pentium 233 MHz (Pentium III recommended), PC, Microsoft Windows 2000 with Service Pack 3 or later or Microsoft Windows XP or later
Microsoft OFFICE 2003 SBE GERMAN. Minimum RAM: 128 MB, Minimum processor: Pentium 233 MHz (Pentium III recommended). Platform: PC, Compatible operating systems: Microsoft Windows 2000 with Service Pack 3 or later or Microsoft Windows XP or later