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  • Blog Post: Praise from Mr. Macintosh

    A nice complement from Guy Kawasaki on the blog feature in Word 2007. I was a pretty hardcore Mac user from 1986 - 1994 and always thought that Guy did an amazing job evangelizing the Mac platform. "And speaking of Microsoft, I tried using Word in Office 2007 running under Parallels. It’s pretty good...
  • Blog Post: XHTML output part 3

    Zeyad has posted more information on the XHTML output from Word's new blog feature: Word XHTML - Mapping styles to semantics . Please read and comment. Thanks.
  • Blog Post: Blog post XHTML output part 2

    Zeyad has more details on the XHTML output of the blog feature. His latest post focuses on compliance and styles . Give it a read and add your thoughts via comments.
  • Blog Post: HTML Output Spec

    As I promised, we are posting details of the HTML output spec for the blog feature and are interested in getting your feedback. We've decided to host this on Brian Jones' blog , since the spec is of interest to his readers as well. Feel free to make your way over there and give us your two cents. Brian...
  • Blog Post: More Word blog authoring tidbits

    In general, I prefer to sit back and watch the comments come in and respond to them in future blog posts. This means that some folks have to learn a little about delayed gratification. However, no one needs to worry about missing important information that only gets mentioned in the comment stream. So...
  • Blog Post: Word Blog HTML Quality

    Every post you make as a blogger can be a huge learning experience. In Friday's post on the new Word 2007 blog post authoring feature I made a fairly modest claim that the HTML emitted by the feature would be better than the standard HTML from previous versions of Word. Well, it is, but I should have...
  • Blog Post: Blogging from Word 2007

    Word is a great tool for writing stuff, right? Blogging is all about communicating with words (and pictures, too). So, why not use Word to write your blog posts? Stop, don't jump to the end of this post to push the comment button yet. I'm not an idiot. I'm not endorsing you commit HTML suicide. If...
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