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    Insider's Guide to Microsoft Office OneNote 2003

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    Last year I wrote an little e-book for MS Learning that shipped on the CD for a bunch of Office 2003 titles. They've now put that e-book on the net for free. Here's the link and a blurb.
    Insider's Guide to Microsoft Office OneNote 2003
    OneNote is a product whose time has come. It's designed to make it easy for users to take notes and to organize personal information and thoughts. The first thing that a lot of people say when they see OneNote in action is, "I've been waiting for a program that does stuff like this all of my life." The second thing they say is, "What took you so long?"
    If you run the installer, you'll find the CHM file for the book in the folder C:\Microsoft Press\Insider's Guide to OneNote eBook.

    Keep in mind that this book was written for version 1 of the product. The SP1 (beta) version of OneNote, available here, is absolutely fantastic and it even offers an API that will let you program to it. Omar Shahine has one of the best Weblogs around for OneNote information.
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    What You Should Know About the Sasser Worm

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    We're currently tracking the Sasser worm and we're posting updated information on Microsoft.com as we get it. Check out the following page for information related to this worm:
    What You Should Know About the Sasser Worm
    Microsoft teams and law enforcement authorities are investigating reports of a worm, identified as W32.Sasser.worm, that is currently circulating on the Internet. Microsoft has verified that the worm exploits the Local Security Authority Subsystem Service (LSASS) issue fixed in Microsoft Security Update MS04-011 on April 13, 2004.
    We're linking to the TechNet page on the MSDN Developer Centers
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