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Microsoft developed the MS Office 2003 to work as an office suite for the Windows operating system which is a unique product with the amazing features that have people still glued to it despite the upgrade and development of other office suites. It is known to be the only office product with the menu interfaces and a toolbar on its major applications. Microsoft Office 2003 is better and more attractive.

Why Microsoft Office 2003?

It also has the OneNote and InfoPath applications which are used to organize audio, text, diagrams and handwritten notes and graphics while the latter is used to design, fill, distribute and submit electronic forms that have structured data. It also matches the colors of Windows XP themes automatically. It is also compatible with Windows 8 in most cases. In the Outlook 2003, the junk mail filter has been significantly improved, and the productivity applications can also support tablet and pen use.

There are additional enhancements to Smart tags where you can use an extended library and regular expressions to define smart tag list in XML. You can exchange data with others, have a collaborated workflow and publish by using Share Point. It has integrated XML where you can design XML schemas or transform and import XML data.

Key Features Microsoft Office 2003 Service Pack 3

  • Outlook 2003 has an enhanced junk mail filter
  • Word 2003 gives you a reading layout view, research task pane and you can add voice comments
  • Excel 2003 has XML data import, customize features and various statistical functions
  • You can back up, see dependencies on objects and check errors in forms with Access 2003.
  • Smart Tag Lists are definable in XML
  • You can find and replace HTML or format cells with Frontpage 2003
  • Commercial printers have a Color PostScript printer driver integrated in Publisher 2003
  • Users can now limit access to some documents with the information rights management feature
  • VSTO solutions that support add-ins from managed codes
  • Applications have toolbars and menus that are customizable

Pros and Cons.

Its advantages include:

  • It is the best tool for businesses where they can share information between a desktop, different workgroups, and enterprise
  • It provides a comprehensive school and business working environment that improves both schools and work life for most people.
  • It has toolbars and drops down menus in all its applications which make it interactive and easy to use.

Its disadvantages include:

  • It only runs on Windows 2000 and Windows XP
  • It is not compatible with newer versions of Microsoft Office, but this can be changed by installing the Compatibility Pack.

Most Common Users.

This office suite is a multi-user enabled software that supports a multitude of users from programmers, business owners and school going people. Its applications have been developed in such a way that whatever your profession is you are totally covered when it comes to working with them, and it’s still being commended by users who have shunned the newer upgrades.

Authors’ Note: this software is still relevant among its users who have trusted it for more than 10 years now, this is because it is guaranteed to give you the best out of your school or business work.

Microsoft Office 2003
Office Standard Edition 2003 applications (clockwise from top-right): Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint on Windows XP.
Initial releaseAugust 19, 2003; 16 years ago[1]
Final release
Service Pack 3 (11.0.8173.0)[2] / September 17, 2007; 11 years ago[3]
Operating systemWindows 2000 SP3, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008,[4]Windows 7, and Windows Server 2008 R2[5][6][7][8]
PlatformMicrosoft Windows
TypeOffice suite
LicenseTrialware and software as a service (Microsoft Software Assurance)

Microsoft Office 2003 (codenamed Office 11[9]) is an office suite developed and distributed by Microsoft for its Windowsoperating system. Office 2003 was released to manufacturing on August 19, 2003,[1] and was later released to retail on October 21, 2003.[10] It was the successor to Office XP and the predecessor to Office 2007.

New features in Office 2003 include information rights management; new collaboration features; improved support for SharePoint, smart tags, and XML; and extended use of Office Online services.[11] Office 2003 introduces two new programs to the Office product lineup: InfoPath, a program for designing, filling, and submitting electronic structured data forms; and OneNote, a note-taking program for creating and organizing diagrams, graphics, handwritten notes, recorded audio, and text.[12] It also introduces the Picture Managergraphics software to open, manage, and share digital images.[11]

With the release of Office 2003, Microsoft rebranded the Office productivity suite as an integrated system dedicated to information workers. As a result, Microsoft appended the 'Office' branding to the names of all programs.[13] Office 2003 is also the first version with support for Windows XP colors and visual styles,[14] and introduces updated icons.[13]

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Office 2003 is the last version of Office to include the menu bar and toolbars across all programs,[15] as well as the last version to include the '97 - 2003' file format as the default file format.[16] It is compatible with Windows 2000 SP3 and later, but not with Windows NT 4.0, Windows 98, or Windows Me.[4] It is not supported on Windows 8,[6]Windows Server 2012,[7] or later versions of Windows.[5][8] It is the last version of Office compatible with Windows 2000, since Office 2007 requires Windows XP SP2 or a later version of Windows.[17]

Microsoft released a total of three service packs for Office 2003 throughout its lifecycle. Service Pack 1 was released on July 27, 2004,[18] Service Pack 2 was released on September 27, 2005,[19] and Service Pack 3 was released on September 17, 2007.[3]

Mainstream support for Office 2003 ended on April 14, 2009, and extended support ended on April 8, 2014,[20] the same dates that mainstream and extended support ended for Windows XP.[21]

New features[edit]

The core applications, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access, had only minor improvements from Office XP. Outlook 2003 received improved functionality in many areas, including better email and calendar sharing and information display, complete Unicode support, search folders, colored flags, Kerberos authentication, RPC over HTTP, and Cached Exchange mode. Another key benefit of Outlook 2003 was the improved junk mail filter. Tablet and pen support was introduced in the productivity applications. Word 2003 introduced a reading layout view, document comparison, better change-tracking and annotation/reviewing, a Research Task Pane, voice comments and an XML-based format among other features. Excel 2003 introduced list commands, some statistical functions and XML data import, analysis and transformation/document customization features. Access 2003 introduced a backup command, the ability to view object dependencies, error checking in forms and reports among other features.

Office 2003 features improvements to smart tags such as smart tag Lists, which are defined in XML, by using regular expressions and an extended type library.[22] Smart tag recognition was added to PowerPoint and Access. FrontPage 2003 introduced conditional formatting, Find and Replace for HTML elements, new tools for creating and formatting tables and cells, dynamic templates (Dreamweaver), Flash support, WebDAV and SharePoint publishing among other features. Publisher 2003 introduced a Generic Color PostScript printer driver for commercial printing.[23]Information Rights Management capabilities were introduced in document productivity applications to limit access to a set of users and/or restrict types of actions that users could perform. Support for managed code add-ins as VSTO solutions was introduced.

Office 2003 was the last version of Microsoft Office to include fully customizable toolbars and menus for all of its applications, the Office Assistant, the ability to slipstream service packs into the original setup files, Office Web Components, and the Save My Settings Wizard, which allowed users to choose whether to keep a locally cached copy of installation source files and several utility resource kit tools. It was also the last Office version to support Windows 2000. A new picture organizer with basic editing features, called Microsoft Office Picture Manager, was included.

Only basic clipart and templates were included on the disc media, with most content hosted online and downloadable from within the Office application. Microsoft advertised Office Online as a major Office 2003 feature 'outside the box'.[24] Office Online provides how-to articles, tips, training courses, templates, clip art, stock photos and media and downloads (including Microsoft and third-party extensibility add-ins for Microsoft Office programs).

Office 2003 features broad XML integration (designing customized XML schemas, importing and transforming XML data) throughout resulting in a far more>ApplicationBasic
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TeacherStandardSmall BusinessProfessionalWordYesYesYesYesYesExcelYesYesYesYesYesOutlookYesYesYesYes
with Business Contact Manager[29]Yes
with Business Contact Manager[29]PowerPointNoYesYesYesYesPublisherNoNoNoYesYesAccessNoNoNoNoYesInfoPathNoNoNoNoVolume edition only

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System requirements[edit]

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Office 2003 system requirements[11]
Microsoft Windows
Operating system
Windows 2000 SP3, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008,[4] Windows 7, and Windows Server 2008 R2[5][6][7][8]
IntelPentium 233 MHz
Intel Pentium II 400 MHz required for speech recognition
450 MHz processor required for Business Contact Manager for Outlook 2003
128 MB
256 MB is required for Business Contact Manager for Outlook 2003
Hard drive
210 MB (Student and Teacher, Standard)
380 MB (Small Business)
400 MB (Professional)
An additional 190 MB of free space is required to install Business Contact Manager
Cached installation files require the following additional hard disk space:
250 MB (Student and Teacher)
260 MB (Standard)
280 MB (Small Business)
290 MB (Professional)
A CD-ROM drive is required to install Office 2003 from optical media
Graphics hardware
Sound hardware
An audio output device and microphone are required for speech recognition
Certain advanced collaboration features require Exchange Server 2003 or later
Internet access is required for product activation and online functionality
Input device(s)
Stylus and touchscreen for certain inking functionality

See also[edit]


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