Posts Tagged ‘Office 2007’

Well its finally here. As part of its efforts to improve the stability and reliability of its product, Microsoft today has announced the availability of Service Pack 2 update for the popular 2007 Microsoft Office System.

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Microsoft today has announced the beta availability of Exchange 2010 and along with this they have also announced the key details about their entire next-gen Office productivity suite which is dubbed “Microsoft Office 2010”. Chris Capossela – Senior Vice President of Microsoft Information Worker Product Management Group talked to the press, enlightening them with details on Office 2010.

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Office team has released a very useful Add-in for creating WBS (Work Breakdown Structure) diagrams in Microsoft Office Visio 2007. The WBS Modeler Add-in for Office Visio 2007 enable developers and software engineers to help them scope their project plan in simple graphics term.

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Here’s yet another golden opportunity to grab a fully licensed Microsoft product worth around US $680 for free, absolutely no strings attached!

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How to use Macros in Word 2007

By | December 18th, 2008

A Macro is a series of commands which is recorded and stored as a single task so that it can be reused when required. When writing documents, there are certain tasks which are repetitive in nature such as author’s contact info etcetera, using a macro for such tasks can save you time.

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Have you ever wondered about how to create a table with the text required for the table already written in your document? Well think no more. The solution is quite simple.

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Just came across these latest projects at Microsoft Office Labs. These projects work with Microsoft Office 2007 and provide cool new functionality. I think these guys come out with some pretty cool stuff, and after trying the Chart Advisor, I’m highly impressed. The Email Prioritizer isn’t bad either for times when you just want to […]

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If you saw the Touch Wall demonstration by Bill Gates, you would have noticed the cool and fluent interactive interface that Touch Wall had. He used it to browse through many PowerPoint presentations on the fly, along with panning and zooming. The pptPlex plugin available for download by Microsoft Office Labs lets you do that on in Microsoft PowerPoint now. It’s used by a mouse and not a touch interface though, but th[…]

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Live Mesh is an amazing platform. There are so many things which you could do with it. Imagine a scenario where you are in your office in some remote location. You make some updates to your calendar events or add some new appointments. You also make changes to your Emails, and add another contact name. […]

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Now you can explore Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS 2007) with training from Microsoft experts by living at your desktop You can download a simple file which have grand tour of the latest features and changes in SharePoint, including automated workflows to track approval cycles, business dashboards showing how well you are performing on […]

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