Chapter 1. Overview of the 2007 Microsoft Office System

Any separation between business information and the software that’s used to create and manage it has become harder and harder to see. Although people still conduct business over the phone, in meetings—even at a health club or a restaurant—these kinds of person-to-person encounters lead to electronic documents that detail the products, ideas, and data that companies, their employees, and their customers exchange. And for millions of workers in home offices, small businesses, or large organizations around the globe, with jobs in fields such as administration, architecture, consulting, ...

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