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Microsoft's moves

The software giant wants to put Office in more classrooms as well as develop a new bundling plan. Also: New C# standard on tap.

The software giant wants to put Office in more classrooms as well as develop a new bundling plan. Also: New C# standard on tap.


Microsoft relaxes licensing terms for its retail version of Office 2003 for teachers and students, a move analysts say could spur greater adoption of the suite among consumers.
April 2, 2003


Microsoft will not include InfoPath and OneNote as part of the Office suites sold at retail or installed on new computers.
April 2, 2003


update The company's investment in search technology poses a serious challenge to partner Overture, a new research report says. But a Microsoft source says the partnership is secure.
April 2, 2003


The company expects recognition this month from standards granddaddy ISO for the development language and underlying software.
April 2, 2003