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Recording Audio In Word 2004 Mac


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quick question? i'm going to be gettn the macbook soon...i was reserachn on apple.com and saw this about office 2004


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Microsoft gives Word 2004 a Notebook layout view to aid note taking. Record audio, such as a professor’s lecture or a business meeting, directly into a document as you make notes. You can then refine the notes after the recording. Writing by committee becomes an actual possibility with Word’s improved change tracking.
http://www.apple.com/macosx/applications/office/

is this for the student version for offc 2004 mac?
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The student version of Office contains a full version of Word, including the notebook and recording features.

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The student version of Office contains a full version of Word, including the notebook and recording features.
word...that's the clincher for me...macbook...here i come!...thanks for the info yog-
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