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Such files are saved using an extra X letter in their extension. However, it can still save documents in the old format, which is compatible with previous versions. Alternatively, Microsoft has made available a free add-on known as the Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack that lets Office , XP, and open, edit, and save documents created under the newer format. However, due to legal objections from Adobe Systems , Office originally did not offer PDF support out of the box, but rather as a separate free download. This is part of Service Pack 2 and prior to that, was available as a free plug-in in a separate download.
Section 8. Peter Amstein and the Microsoft Office team are reluctant to make liberal use of extension mechanisms, even though provided in ODF 1.
They want to avoid all appearance of an embrace-extend attempt. User assistance system[ edit ] In Microsoft Office , the Office Assistants were eliminated in favour of a new online help system.
One of its features is the extensive use of Super Tooltips, which explain in about one paragraph what each function performs. Some of them also use diagrams or pictures.
These appear and disappear like normal tooltips, and replace normal tooltips in many areas. The Help content also directly integrates searching and viewing Office Online articles. SharePoint[ edit ] Microsoft Office includes features geared towards collaboration and data sharing.
As such, Microsoft Office features server components for applications such as Excel, which work in conjunction with SharePoint Services , to provide a collaboration platform.
NET 2. Excel server exposes Excel Services, which allows any worksheet to be created, edited and maintained via web browsers. It features Excel Web Access, the client-side component which is used to render the worksheet on a browser, Excel Calculation Service which is the server side component which populates the worksheet with data and perform calculations, and Excel Web Services that extends Excel functionalities into individual web services.
SharePoint can also be used to host Word documents for collaborative editing , by sharing a document. SharePoint can also be used to hold PowerPoint slides in a Slide Library, from which the slides can be used as a formatting template. It also notifies users of a slide automatically in case the source slide is modified. Also by using SharePoint, PowerPoint can manage shared review of presentations.
Any SharePoint hosted document can be accessed from the application which created the document or from other applications such as a browser or Microsoft Office Outlook. Groove[ edit ] Microsoft Office also includes Groove, which brings collaborative features to a peer-to-peer paradigm.
The Compatibility options are much better hidden than before. Note that another menu at the top of this list applies these settings to one of the current open documents or all later documents.
So, if you want to affect the current document and all later documents, you have to apply the options twice! You also have to apply them separately to each existing document that needs them.
As with other Ribbon groups, you can access more complete controls by clicking the arrow at bottom right of the Styles group. This brings up the Styles task pane. What may throw you are the Styles commands visible on the Ribbon itself. Style Sets are contained in special Word templates that are stored separately from others and that contain nothing but styles.
Word supplies a number of these templates, and you can create your own. Does anyone else see a problem with this feature? If you have customized the styles in an individual document, and then you change the Style Set just to try it out, you would wipe out your customizations. Instead of saving customized styles to a standard template, you could save them as custom Style Sets, then use this menu to quickly import or refresh those styles. In this way, it can be used like the old Style Gallery.
This may be more convenient than attaching or re-attaching a standard template that includes those styles, which would do the same thing. If you use Style Sets in this way, you may find it safer and simpler to rename your styles with unique names—style names not used anywhere by Word.
In this case you can studiously ignore the feature, or else turn it off completely through the Styles task panel. Is it good enough to produce files for commercial digital printing, at least for black-and-white interiors? I played around with it a good deal, and later sent a test file to my printer. For instance, blacks are now specified as grayscale instead of RGB.