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Find out how to Understand XML specification and schemas Set up and complete InfoPath forms Design new forms from XML data files Debug InfoPath scripts Tackle real-world problems with the help of case studies Work with data in each of the XML-supported Office applications You don't need to be a programmer to enhance Office with XML XML support for Microsoft Office 2003 has taken interoperability to a new level. Now you can share data among Office applications, across platforms, and over the Internet using built-in XML tools. In this clearly organized volume, Peter Aitken helps you define and standardize document data structure within your organization using XML. He explains XML technology, walks you through designing templates with InfoPath, and shows you how to use the XML tools built into Word, Excel, Access, and FrontPage to facilitate data exchange throughout your enterprise. "...the real-world case studies are practical, offering detailed solutions to the scenarios outlined. I would recommend this book to anyone who plans to leverage the features found in the Office System 2003 for their business." -;Dave Beauchemin, Microsoft MVP CD-ROM Includes Trial versions of John Walkenbach's Power Utility Pak, HotDog Professional, WinRAR, and many others Demo versions of BBEdit, XML Pro, and more Exclusive Office 2003 Super Bible eBook, with more than 500 pages of information about how Microsoft Office components work together Valuable author files and examples
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Peter Aitken (Chapel Hill, NC) has been writing about computers and programming for over 10 years, with some 30 books well as hundreds of magazine and trade publication articles to his credit. His recent book titles include Visual Basic .NET Programming With Peter Aitken, Office XP Development With VBA, XML the Microsoft Way, Windows Script Host, and Teach Yourself Visual Basic .NET Internet Programming in 21 Days. He is an original co-author of the multiple edition best-seller Teach Yourself C in 21 Days. For several years he was a Contributing Editor at Visual Developer Magazine where he wrote a popular Visual Basic column. He is regular contributor to Microsoft OfficePro magazine and the DevX Web site. Peter is the proprietor of PGA Consulting, providing custom application and Internet development to business, academia, and government since 1994.
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THE LATEST VERSION of Microsoft Office, called Office 2003, brings many changes and improvements to the desktop. Read the first page Statistically Improbable Phrases (SIPs): (learn more)
new form template, inline alert, new blank form, new stylesheet, repeating section, attached schemas, ins dialog box, conditional formatting, repeating field, data validation rules, trusted forms, cell pointer, task pane displays, flavor preferences, spelling options, child elements, placeholder text, event procedure, xsl stylesheet, export options, optional section Capitalized Phrases (CAPs): (learn more)
Script Editor, Internet Explorer, Workbook Maps, Web Part, Times New Roman, Repeat Steps, Table Properties, Views Work, Preview Form, Ajax Manufacturing, Add Field, Acme Widgets Information Center, Fred Adams, Arthur Jackson, Miller Manufacturing, Design Tasks, Wendy Smith, Wilson Anderson, Form Options, Object Browser, Postal Code, Run Query, Sales Rep Roster, The First President, Data Access Pages New!
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