Microsoft Office 2003 Research Library

By Deane Barker on January 16, 2004

Creating Your Own Research Service for the Microsoft Office 2003 Research Library: Office 2003 has an enterprise search engine built into the apps.

Microsoft Office 2003 Editions add a powerful new tool to the Office task pane: the Research Library.By default, the Research Library allows you to type in a word or phrase and search for the term using several built-in resources. The Research Library is also extensible: you can add your own research service simply by creating a Web service that follows schemas defined by Microsoft for research services.

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  1. I am currently using Microsoft Office Word 2003 (11.8026.8036) SP2. Everything else in Microsoft Office works just fine. My problem is with Word.

    I am unable to manuever in Word using my mouse. I have to use my down arrow keys to get to the middle of a document, use the shift key to highlight a sentence, copy and paste, rather than point and click.

    Also, when I receive an email that has a Word docuemnt attached, I cannot get it to load in Word.

    I have tried unstalling and re-installing and even installing Microsoft 2000 but that does not help either. I have the computer people here in Sweetwater rather prerplexed. If you have any suggestions, I would appreciate your feed back.

    Thank you,

    Pat McGowan, Nolan County Clerk

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