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  • Blog Post: Not long until Tech Ed Australia 2009

    Tech Ed Australia 2009 is on next week on the Gold Coast.  This year we have some exciting things planned which all start with every attendee receiving a free HP Mini 2140 Netbook – pre loaded with Windows 7 RTM, Office 2010 and a host of other goodies. Lee Hickin and I will be presenting on the...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Office 2010 Technical Preview announced at Tech Ed North America 2009

    Tech Ed North America 2009 kicked off today, where Microsoft extended its first invitations into the Office 2010 Technical Preview and demoed Office 2010 onstage at the first major event since PDC. Registrations began for the Office 2010 Technical Preview program.   Attendees will get the first...
  • Blog Post: Customising the Document Information Panel in Office

    The Document Information Panel is a feature of Microsoft Office 2007 Word, Microsoft Office Excel 2007 and Microsoft Office PowerPoint.  This feature is designed to allow users to enter information about the document they are working in.  This information can then be used as live fields throughout...
  • Blog Post: Save As DAISY XML add-in for Microsoft Word

    As mentioned on Mark Harrison 's blog; Microsoft in conjunction with Sonata Software and the Digital Accessible Information System (DAISY) Consortium has released a software add-in to help those who have difficulty reading printed documents to turn Word documents into audio files. The "Save as DAISY...
  • Blog Post: I'm presenting at Best Practices in Information Worker / Office evening in Redmond

    I have been invited to present a solution I helped implement last year, while working at Strategic Data Management, to the greater Microsoft Worldwide Technical Specialist community, while I am at Redmond next week.  The solution was for South East Water in Victoria.  This is a great opportunity...
  • Blog Post: Interesting facts and information about SP1

    The following information has provided to me by Reed Shaffner, Product Manager for Enterprise. Some interesting facts There are roughly 2500 fixes in SP1. This is an average size for a service pack, but the issues fixed are very important to our customers. Almost 20% of those fixes are direct result...
  • Blog Post: Most recent document sidebar gadget

    I was looking through the Vista sidebar gadgets on live gallery and found this excellent gadget " Microsoft Office 2007 Recently Used Documents ". "Quick and easy access to your most recently used Microsoft Office Word 2007, Excel 2007, and PowerPoint 2007 documents. This gadget lets you...
  • Blog Post: RSS Feeds disappear from Outlook

    I have been using Office 2007 since Beta 1 and have had no real issues with the product (stability at the start, but that is much better in the final release). I have been using the RSS features which are really cool but just this morning Outlook is not updating my RSS feeds. On further investigations...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Virtual Labs for Office System

    Angus Logan has posted an excellent list of virtual labs for the office system, including Office 2007, WSSv3, MOSS 2007 and Groove. He also included a link to the virtual lab RSS feed so you can keep up to date as more virtual labs are released.
  • Blog Post: APAC SharePoint Conference

    This exclusive Microsoft event is the third and final of three global SharePoint Conferences, following Seattle and Berlin. This world-class, two-day conference, to be held at the Hilton Hotel in Sydney from May 15-16, will showcase the latest innovations, features and functionality for the 2007 SharePoint...
  • Blog Post: Has Clippy been replaced with "Stapley"?

    I previously posted about Clippy being retired from the Microsoft Office product. It looks like Google might be adding a new persona to their search engine, "Stapley". "It looks like you're searching for porn!"
  • Blog Post: Clippy lives on

    [Via: Ed Richard ] Now that Clippy has retired, it seems that he is busier now than ever. He seems to be making appearances in all sorts of things. The Enchanted Office , is a comic strip that shows some of the reasons the interface in Office has been modified into the Ribbon. It is a good read (for...
  • Blog Post: Document Generation using WordML (Word 2003)

    Grumpy Wookie , Ed Richard , Andrew Buttigieg and I have been working recently on generating documents using WordML in Word 2003, here is a step wise guide to get you started. Creating documents using XML and WordML, requires two files: 1. XML file containing the data 2. The XSL transformation file....
  • Blog Post: Enhance Office 2007 Installations

    The Microsoft SharePoint product group have posted a great summary of community contributions around B2TR, especially the articles around enhancing the installation by slipstreaming the B2TR into the one installation media. This will save heaps of installation time for those numerous virtual server environment...
  • Blog Post: Update: AVG email scanning and Outlook 2007

    Previously I posted about AVG email scanning stripping out the content of emails when using Office Outlook 2007. Upon further investigations I have found that you don’t need to disable the email scanner entirely. Just go into the configuration section of the plugin and take off the Certify mail...
  • Blog Post: Antivirus (AVG) plugin not compatible with Outlook 2007

    Having sent some emails using the new Outlook 2007 Beta 2, I noticed that they were being delivered with no content in the body. I determined that the AVG Anti-virus plug-in that scans incoming/outgoing emails is not Outlook 2007 Beta 2 aware and strips out all content coming in or going out. I have...
  • Blog Post: Office 2007 Packaging and Pricing

    As reported by Stefan . Microsoft have just release pricing and packaging information regarding the new Office 2007.
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