Office 2003: What's in it for you?

The message from Microsoft is that Office 2003 (previously Office 11) has a heavy focus on productivity. What does this mean for you? A ZDNet News Focus:

    Office 2003 Beta 2: An IT perspective

    All of the Office 2003 applications are enhanced over their XP counterparts, the most significant for everyday use being a much-needed overhaul of Outlook's Inbox. Meanwhile, the OneNote personal workbook is a brand-new addition to the Office family that will undoubtedly give the Tablet PC more appeal.

    Office 11: A conceptual view

    Back when Office 11 was still at the pre-beta stage, Microsoft released some details. Here's what we learned at the time.

    Should you upgrade to Office 2003?

    David Coursey: The 15 discs that are the beta version of Office 2003 have now arrived. Here are my first impressions

Also good news for any UK Beta Testers, This morning Office11 Beta2 kits have started landing though letter boxes.

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