Word 2000Edit

For most users, one of the most obvious changes introduced with Word 2000 (and the rest of the Office 2000 suite) was a clipboard that could hold multiple objects at once. Another noticeable change was that the Office Assistant, whose frequent unsolicited appearance in Word 97 had annoyed many users, was changed to be less intrusive.

Word 2001/Word XEdit

Word 2001 was bundled with the Macintosh Office for that platform, acquiring most, if not all, of the feature set of Word 2000. Released in October 2000. Word 2001 was also sold individually apart from the Office suite. The Macintosh version, Word X, released in 2001, was the first version to run natively on (and require) Mac OS X

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Word 2008 Branch
Preceded by
Word 98
Word 2000 Followed by
Word 2002
Windows 2000 Branch
Influenced by
Windows 2000
Word 2000 Influenced
Mac OS X Branch
Influenced by
Mac OS X
Word 2000 Influenced