When the upgrade from Office XP to Office 2003 is completed, it has to be configured in your existing applications. Hence this can also be a very tedious task. This is mostly required in Windows based computers. Moreover, the Office 2003 upgrade is supported in any Microsoft Windows installations.
The most known and well known feature in this Office configuration is probably to the installation of the Office Access Point. The new version has the same functionality as the original but with additional features for network connectivity. The web access is still provided but you can now also join a network. Hence, it is also possible to share your hard drive network folders.
Office XP contains a small damage routine that checks the integrity of the hardware connections. Besides the Office Access Point, you can also connect with the Office 2003 version to share your image and media files which possibly support the replication.
The Office installation itself may take up to 5 hours. Maybe depending on your computer speed and other factors. There are also deployment possibilities of the Office 2003. This includes both server and client installations.
The new Office 2003 can now also be accessed over the web, so you can now implement your Office-based applications even on your mobile device. You can start Microsoft Outlook as an offline application and you do not need a Microsoft Account for it. d2c66b5586