Microsoft this week launched Office Online, an updated version of its Tools on the Web site. The site gives users access to templates, clip art and other information designed to help them use Office products more effectively, Microsoft said. Direct links will be available from the task panes in Office 2003 applications, letting users access the information without leaving the program on which they are working. Office 2003 is due to be launched in October. There are now more than 100 staff members working on the site, which will be updated daily based on customer feedback, the company says.
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