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Office 2003 plug-ins

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Hyderabad , Feb. 23

Microsoft Corporation on Thursday announced the release of Microsoft Dynamics Snap, a new collection of software programmes that snap in to Microsoft Office 2003.

According to Microsoft, the four new programmes significantly increase productivity by enabling Office users to interact with Microsoft Dynamics business information as they create documents, collaborate and manage their calendar, all without leaving Microsoft Office.

Developed at the Microsoft India Development Centre, these programmes enable information workers to easily coordinate and manage data using the familiar interface of Office 2003. The Corporate Vice-President, Microsoft Business Solutions Group, Mr Satya Nadella, said, "these solutions make working with ERP data less complicated by giving users access to data and business processes from within Office.

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