Microsoft Vizact 2000 was a program that allowed creation of interactive documents using HTML+TIME, adding effects such as animation. It allowed users to create dynamic documents for the Web. According to Microsoft's PressPass, it was "the first document activation application". Development was ended due to unpopularity and the program was discontinued on April 1, 2000. Vizact succeeded Liquid Motion.
"Vizact helps solve this problem by giving Office users the ability to create documents that harness the dynamic nature of the Web, without having to be Web authors or programmers." Karl Jacob, product unit manager of Microsoft's Document Activation Group.