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Microsoft has weathered some bad press in the past, and the issue of “Smart Tags” has been no exception. In a simple definition, Smart Tags are “tagged” elements of data which can be linked to specific URLs or actions. This past summer, Microsoft announced — and then cancelled — a planned integration of various Smart Tags into their new Windows XP operating system, due out later this month. While most of the attention given to Smart Tags centered around that, Smart Tags lived and thrived in Office XP, which has been on shelves now for several months. This article focuses on the Office tags and aims to give Microsoft some positive press for a great improvement on a good product.


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