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  • Blog Post: Apparently, I'm a work of art

    ..which is better than a piece of work so I'll go with it.  I'd like to aspire to being a SmartArt but that may take time.  Still, today I am officially on the front page of the UK Office Online site as the official UK blog and to put my picture there, they had to publish my picture as a official...
  • Blog Post: Office Developer Conference 2008

    Microsoft Office system is a platform.  This is the conference (it's in California, 10th-13th Feb 2008) where we really get into the detail about how to develop solutions on it.  Really good speakers (including one of the last times to hear Bill Gates) and the opportunity to get your questions...
  • Blog Post: The Jelly effect and the top 10 most used PowerPoint commands

    I really enjoyed having a beer with Andy Bounds last night. Andy is an inspirational communications coach and author of the best selling new business title "The Jelly Effect, How to make your communication stick". He says he became obsessed with good communication growing up wanting to describe things...
  • Blog Post: Office tips gadget available

    Quite a nice new gadget to help you get more from Office 2007.
  • Blog Post: Training on SharePoint and InfoPath

    I've decided to blog smaller items a bit more often as they occur to me so here's a question I answered today which might help others - where can I get some training on SharePoint and InfoPath? Good place to start is the online training at office online Try http://office.microsoft.com/en-gb/training...
  • Blog Post: Office Business Applications - training course announced

    If you are keen to skill up on developing line of business applications - and in particular if you are likely to want to train other people in the art, we have a very exclusive small training course running in Reading for 2 days: Office Business Applications (OBA) 2 day training course, Reading, September...
  • Blog Post: The Enterprise Learning Framework

    I was chatting with my friend Colin Ashurst from Durham Business School this morning about the world of the information worker. He was saying he still thinks there needs to be more focus on helping get the technology deployed and getting people to use it. I think he's right, especially with all the new...
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