What's Next in Information Technology Management


March 9, 2004
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Microsoft Office 2003
Drew Baldacci

Everyone who attends the Session on Tuesday, March 9, will walk home with a complimentary copy (not for resale) of Microsoft Office Professional Edition 2003 and Office OneNote 2003.  Seating limited so register early.

See some of the new functionality in familiar applications like Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft PowerPoint.  This briefing will include a demonstration of  applications in the new Office 2003 Editions, the successor to Microsoft Office XP, which are the cornerstone of the Microsoft Office System.

We will also look at new applications like Microsoft Office InfoPath 2003 an application that allows you to create dynamic forms, complete the fo rms, and submit these forms to XML-enabled systems and business processes, and Microsoft Office OneNote 2003 - the Office note-taking and management program, enables you to capture, organize, and reuse notes on a laptop or desktop computer, or a Tablet PC.

Finally, we will look at the new servers and services available as part of the Microsoft Office System, including: 

  • Live Communications Server 2003, 

  • Project Server 2003, 

  • SharePoint Portal Server 2003, and 

  • Microsoft Office Live Meeting.

Drew Baldacci 
Senior Technology Specialist, Business Productivity Solutions Group, Rocky Mountain District, Microsoft Corporation

To receive your complimentary copy of Microsoft Office 2003, along with OneNote 2003, you must attend the session on Tuesday, March 9.  Seating is limited to 90 so register and pay early.  See you there!  March 9, 2004 Click here to register


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