Lets's Talk Computers - Microsoft  November 27, 2004
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Interview on November 27, 2004
SOHO     Guest: Kim Schaefer
Microsoft is the worldwide leader in software, services and solutions that help people and businesses realize their full potential. Microsoft's, http://www.microsoft.com, new Microsoft Works Suite 2005 delivers Microsoft Word 2002 and the latest versions of Microsoft Works, Microsoft Encarta(R) Encyclopedia Standard, Microsoft Money Standard, Microsoft Picture It!(R) Premium, and Microsoft Streets & Trips.

Product Manager of Microsoft Works Suite 2005, Kim Schaefer discusses this comprehensive package which enables consumers to keep track of the household schedule, complete homework assignments, edit photos, manage personal finances and more using their home PC.
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