Nowadays, many—if not most—business documents are developed through a collaborative process, in which many individuals participate as reviewers or contributors. With each new version of Office, Microsoft improves the collaborative tools available to Word users—and to the organizations that employ them.
Word 2003's collaboration improvements fall primarily into two categories:
Tools that give you better control over how your documents are reviewed
Tools that simplify team-based collaboration, relying on Microsoft network or Internet-based software such as SharePoint Team Services
If you've ever been responsible for producing a large document that requires contributions from many individuals, ...