We submitted predictions for all seven targets in the CAPRI experiment. For four targets, our submitted models included acceptable, medium accuracy predictions of the structures of the complexes, and for a fifth target we identified the location of the binding site of one of the molecules. We used a weighted-geometric docking algorithm in which contacts involving specified parts of the surfaces of either one or both molecules were up-weighted or down-weighted. The weights were based on available structural and biochemical data or on sequence analyses. The weighted-geometric docking proved very useful for five targets, improving the complementarity scores and the ranks of the nearly correct solutions, as well as their statistical significance. In addition, the weighted-geometric docking promoted formation of clusters of similar solutions, which include more accurate predictions. Proteins 2003;52:41–46. © 2003 Wiley-Liss, Inc.