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Special Edition Using Microsoft Office 2007 by Woody Leonhard, Ed Bott

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Appendix C. Using Office on a Tablet PC

In this chapter

Office 2007 and the Tablet PC 962

All About Ink 962

Editing Text on a Tablet PC 966

Viewing and Printing Annotations and Comments 967

Troubleshooting 967

Office 2007 and the Tablet PC

On most desktop and notebook computers, you enter text with a keyboard and manipulate onscreen objects with a mouse. But those traditional input devices take a backseat when you use a Tablet PC with a compatible version of Windows.

In design, a Tablet PC is a notebook computer with a few hardware twists. The most obvious is the input device—a pen-shaped stylus that takes the place of a mouse and allows the user to select and manipulate text and objects, make menu selections, and click buttons by tapping the ...

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