doncampbell's weblog

Don Campbell's Blog about Office 2007, Office Live, Web Office and Office 2.0 trends

May, 2006

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About doncampbell's weblog

My name is Don Campbell and this weblog is about the Microsoft Office System, Office Live and trends like Web Office and Office 2.0.  I am an evangelist for Office, and hope to keep track of all the exciting new developments in this space. 

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    Getting the Office 2007 Beta and related downloads

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    My Colleague Doug Mahugh has a great write-up on how to get Office 2007 Beta 2 and related developer oriented downloads on his excellent blog.
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    Office 2007 Beta 2 Launch

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    Office 2007 Beta 2 just launched on the MSDN Office Developer Center . Check it out! Here you will find tons of new information about Office 2007. My favorite is series of Screencasts covering "How Do I" Office 2007 development and customization topics...
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    Web Office

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    Rod Boothby’s paper on Web Office is a great vision piece on what the future of office productivity may look like. He discusses many examples of how Web 2.0 type applications are changing the landscape for how people get things done. Rod says that...
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    Blogging from Word 2007

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    Dare writes about Blogging from Word 2007 . This is in Beta 2 which will be available externally in the next week or two. Joe Friend describes how to do it . In Beta 2 it works with MSN Spaces, SharePoint 2007, Blogger, and Community Server (which...
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    What is the most popular Office application?

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    Word is the most popular Office application , according to Google Trends. Thanks for Steve Rubel's MicroPersuasion post, 25 Things I Learned on Google Trends .
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    Mix06 - All Sessions Are Now Online

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    All of the Mix06 Sessions are Online Now - with a great new UI for finding/accessing them. Michael Swanson does a nice description of the sessions. Here is a quick summary from his post: All 52 sessions, including Bill's keynote, 2 general sessions...
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