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Each December, we feature an animated, musical, customizable holiday e-card by PowerPoint MVP Sandra Johnson. Read on to see this year's dazzling work of art and create your own personalized greeting.
The quasi-notorious outlaw known as Clippy is back, in a fun new game designed to help you learn PowerPoint (and also Excel, Word, and OneNote). It's free, it's called Ribbon Hero 2, and you can download it today.
Co-authoring - the ability to work on a shared document, stored on a server, at the same time as other people work on it - is a new feature of both PowerPoint 2010 and Word 2010. You and your colleagues can work on the same document without intruding on one another’s work or locking each other out.
Microsoft Most Valuable Professional Stephanie Krieger does a fantastic job of explaining the benefits of coauthoring on the MVP Awards Program blog.
Even your holiday-indifferent friends have got to love the novelty of the year's shortest day.
December 21, 2010, marks the day of the year with the fewest hours of daylight for those living north of the Tropic of Cancer. Less daylight, naturally, means more time for nightlife! That's something to celebrate, in my book. To commemorate the day, I made a fun, twinkly card to email to my friends. And I'll guide you, step-by-step, to show you how to make it. Here's a video of how it will look when you're done: