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From PC Magazine - "When you're working with geographical data, sooner or later you'll probably want to plot it on a map. Prior to Excel 2002, Excel contained a tool to create maps from its data. But with newer versions, you need special software such as Microsoft MapPoint 2004 to create map-based charts. MapPoint can work both within Excel and on its own; here we will explore MapPoint's integration with Excel."

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