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  • Chris Pratley's Office Labs and OneNote Blog

    Getting organized using OneNote note flags

    I've written recently about some of the more exotic capabilities of OneNote, but I thought I would spend a little time on Note Flags. Note Flags are one of the fundamental features of OneNote that makes the power of having an electronic notebook apparent...
  • Andrew Coates ::: MSFT

    CodeCampOz Day 0

    What do you get when you add 200 Geeks to a town like Wagga Wagga? CodeCampOz , of course. I got into town on Friday morning and found the local amenities. Then I headed out to meet Irfan, Phillip, Anthony and the rest of the staff at Charles Sturt University...
  • BradleyB's WebLog

    A week with the ASP.Net Support Team

    For the next few weeks I’ll be participating in Microsoft’s Frontline program. It’s a great opportunity for me to get out and meet with customers using our products. This week I was down in Los Colinas TX at Microsoft Customer Support Services group....
  • Plamen Hristov's WebLog

    MS Academic Days - Gabrovo and Svishtov

    On Monday Microsoft Bulgaria's team will visit Gabrovo - the 5th stop of our academic roadshow, where i will have presentations about ASP.NET. We will start our seminar at 13h in TU Gabrovo. On the next day we continue withe the 6th stop in Svishtov...
  • Mai-lan's Visio Blog

    Dev Luv: Visio Drawing Control In VS 2005 Beta 2

    Visual Studio 2005 Beta 2 has a bug that breaks debugging for WinForm applications that host the Visio 2003 Drawing Control. The problem is caused by the new VSHost process (more information can be found here
  • [MSFT]

    SQL Server Reporting Service SP2 is out!

    The Reporting Services team has just released Service Pack 2 of SQL Server 2000 Reporting Services! The service pack is available for download from the Microsoft Download Center:
  • Michael Rys

    Do you see "Failed to load Msxmlsql.dll" when using the April CTP with OpenXML?

    As part of our improvements on OpenXML, we have changed the MSXML component from 2.6 to 3.0 (running in 2.6 backwards-compatibility mode) and moved to a private DLL (called MSXMLSQL.DLL) in order to avoid the reboot requirement when installing SQL Server...
  • ClassDesigner's WebLog

    Auto Layout of Class Diagrams

    By now you hopefully have the beta 2 version of Class Designer. If not, maybe this beta 2 feature will convince you to get it. One of the new features in Class Designer beta 2 is Auto Layout. In the olden days (pre beta 2), the default layout you got...
  • NETNew WebLog

    Just released: Major update to Microsoft Interoperability Home Page

    We just pushed live a major refresh of - lots of new content, better organization, and, as requested by many bloggers, links to interop content posted by other major platform players. Check it out!
  • A View from Elsewhere

    Lesson: Don't Clean the Coffee Pot

    Is it the coffee or is it the coffee maker? I posed that question to a group of coworkers the other day in relation to the office coffee we have here at Microsoft. Our coffee is Farmer Brothers French Roast. Our coffee makers are Brewmatic one gallon...
  • A View from Elsewhere

    Staff Grammarian v2

    This morning before coming into work, I replied to an email from Andy Lees (my VP) correcting a typo in a mail he sent to the division. About a month ago, I corrected his grammar ("Not 'fast.' It should be 'quickly.'"). At this point, I'm pretty sure...
  • Verticalware

    RFID Enabled Retail Supply Chain

    I just published a paper on msdn to look at some base scenarios that can be RFID enabled in a Retail Supply Chain. In a Lab in Redmond, we built out these scenarios on the Microsoft .NET Platform, I plan to publish the code as a starter toolkit, you can...
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