MICROSOFT Office Xp Pro Disk Kit - 1 User - Win - English

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The most significant version of Office ever released, Microsoft Office XP Professional integrates productivity innovations throughout its programs to transform the traditional Office suite into a smarter overall work experience. By simplifying productivity, enabling collaboration for everyone, and extending Office beyond the desktop, Office XP Professional streamlines how people work with information and one another, making it easier for everyone to create, share, and analyze important data.

What's New Smart Tags 
Microsoft Office Smart Tags are a set of buttons that are shared across the Office applications. These buttons appear when the user needs them (such as when a user makes an error in an Excel formula, when Word automatically corrects a user's action, or when a user pastes some data) and gives the user the options they need to change the given action or error. 

Task Panes 
Office XP applications give users easy access to their important tasks in a single integrated view. From the Task Pane, which appears on the right side of the screen, users can perform searches, open or start a new document, view the contents of the clipboard, format their documents and presentations, or even access translation and template services via the Web.
Note: Different Task Panes are associated with specific applications. Each individual application's Product Guide highlights the Task Panes unique to the given application. 

Paste Options Smart Tags 
Multiple paste options allow users to decide whether they want to paste their data as they originally copied it, change the style so that it fits the style of the document they are pasting the data into, or apply specific characteristics to the data, based on the content. 

AutoCorrect Options Smart Tags 
This feature provides an easy mechanism for users to control and modify automatic behavior that takes place within the Office applications. Users can undo an auto correction, choose to not have that correction take place in the future, or access the AutoCorrect Options dialog box without needing to search for it under the Tools menu. 

Office XP increases user productivity by supplementing traditional mouse and keyboard execution with voice commands. Users can dictate text, make direct formatting changes, and navigate menus using speech and voice commands. 
Note: Speech is currently available for U.S. English, Simplified Chinese, and Japanese languages. 

Office XP enables users to take handwritten notes on their handheld device and upload their notes as text directly into their Office applications. Users can also write directly in Word XP and keep the document in handwriting or convert it to typed text. Furthermore, East Asian users will be able to handwrite characters in Japanese, Chinese, and Korean, and Word will automatically convert it to the correct typed character. 

Office Document Imaging 
The new Office Document Imaging functionality, which takes advantage of Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology, enables users to scan multi-page documents, view those documents, and reuse that text in their Office applications. Furthermore, users can locate their imaged documents at a later time using the full text search capabilities built into Office. 

Streamlined User Interface 
Office XP has a new look and feel that improves the user's Office experience. This includes removing visually competing elements, visually prioritizing items on a page, increasing letter spacing and word spacing for better readability, and defining foreground and background color to bring the most important elements to the front. 

Improved Features File New
As part of the Task Pane, creating a new file or opening an existing file is made simpler. Not only can users quickly open a new file from within the task pane, but they can also create a new document from a template that lives on the Web, create a new document from an existing document, or get a list of their most recently used templates or documents. 

Office Clipboard
An improved clipboard enables users to copy up to 24 pieces of information at once across all the Office applications or the Web and store them on the Task Pane. The Task Pane gives users a visual representation of the copied data and a sample of the text, so they can easily distinguish between items as they transfer them to other documents. 

Office Assistant 
The Office Assistant is hidden by default. It appears when Help is activated and hides itself when Help is completed. 

Help Window Improvements 
An improved user interface enables users to easily access important help topics, Web sites (such as Product Support Services and Office Update), and a "What's New" catalog where they can learn about new areas of functionality in each application. 

Web Queries 
When in Excel, users can easily access, analyze, and refresh data from the Web. When information from the Web is copied into Excel, a Smart Tag appears, giving users the option to create a refreshable query. Users can then manually refresh the data, or they can identify how often Excel should automatically refresh the data. Users can also create these Web Queries by simply dragging and dropping a Web page into Excel. 

Print From Browser 
Users can print an HTML file from the original Office application in which it was created. If a user chooses to print an Office HTML file, Internet Explorer launches the appropriate application. This provides users with a significantly higher quality printing result. 

Web Options Compatibility 
Office makes it easy for users to target a particular level of browser when creating documents for the Web. This is done via a new "Browsers" tab in Web Options. This tab brings together all the browser-specific options. Users can choose their target browser from a drop-down menu and set specific browser options in their documents. 

Insert Hyperlink Dialog Box 
Enhancements to the Insert Hyperlink dialog box make it easier for users to link to files in the Web pages they are working on. The dialog box shows a list of files and folders from the current folder in the Web page and allows users to switch to another open Web page. 

Document Password Encryption 
Word and Excel offer improved password encryption options, and PowerPoint has it for the first time. These applications offer the choice of using the standard CryptoAPI, a stronger encryption algorithm than previous versions. Default encryption remains the same (for backward compatibility) while the stronger encryption is offered as a choice. 

Compare and Merge 
Office XP gives users the ability to merge together comments and revisions from multiple reviewers. The author (document owner) can then accept and reject one or all revisions. 

Changes in Word and PowerPoint are represented by "markups" in the right margin of the document. These markups identify revisions or comments from a reviewer, but do not obscure the original document or affect its layout. This gives the user a more comprehensive view of the changes that have been made. 

Reviewing Toolbar 
The reviewing toolbar gives users a variety of views and options when reviewing documents. For example, users can filter the document to view changes by specific reviewers or by all reviewers. Users can also step through each change and accept or reject the changes individually, or they can accept or reject all of the changes at the same time. 

System Requirements Computer/Processor 
The recommended system is Windows 2000 Professional on a computer with a Pentium III processor and 128MB of RAM. Pentium 133 MHz or higher processor required. 

RAM requirements for Microsoft Office XP Professional depend upon the operating system used, plus an additional 8 MB of RAM for each Office application running simultaneously: for Windows 98 and Windows 98 Second Edition, 24 MB of RAM for the operating system; for Windows Me, Windows NT Workstation or Server 4.0, 32 MB of RAM for the operating system; for Windows 2000 Professional, 64 MB of RAM for the operating system. 

Hard Disk 
Hard-disk space requirements will vary depending on configuration. 245 MB of available hard-disk space is required for the default configuration of Microsoft Office XP Professional with 115 MB on the hard disk where the operating system is installed. Customers without Windows 2000, Windows Me or Office 2000 SR1 will require an extra 50 MB of hard-disk space for the System Files Update. Custom installation choices may require more or less hard-disk space. 

CD-ROM Drive 

Super VGA (800x600) or higher-resolution monitor with 256 colors. 
Operating System Microsoft Windows 98, Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows Me, Windows NT 4.0 with Service Pack 6 or greater, or Windows 2000 or greater. On systems running Windows NT 4.0, the version of Internet Explorer must be upgraded to at least 4.01 with Service Pack 1. 

Microsoft Mouse, Microsoft IntelliMouse, or compatible pointing device. 

Multimedia: Multimedia computer required for sound and other multimedia effects. A hardware accelerated video card or MMX processor will provide improved graphical rendering performance. Pentium II 400MHz or higher processor, 128 or more MB of RAM, close-talk microphone and audio output device required for speech recognition.
E-mail & Internet: Microsoft Exchange, Internet SMTP/POP3, IMAP4, or MAPI-compliant messaging software for e-mail; Microsoft Exchange Server required for certain advanced collaboration functionality in Microsoft Outlook; some Internet functionality may require Internet access via a 14.4kbs or greater modem or a high speed connection, and payment of a separate fee to a service provider; local charges may apply.
Handwriting: Graphics tablet recommended for handwriting input features


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