Microsoft sets Office bundling terms
Microsoft will not include InfoPath and OneNote as part of the Office System suites sold at retail or installed on new computers, the company will disclose Wednesday.
Microsoft had left some doubt about whether these new applications would be included with Office System suites. OneNote, a note-taking program, will not be available with any of the bundles. InfoPath, a program for generating form-like documents, will come with Office 2003 Professional Enterprise Edition; Microsoft plans to make that version available only to businesses that subscribe to the company’s volume-licensing program.
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