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If you are a fan of keyboard shortcuts and wonder what Word's new UI means for them, or if you don't know what a keyboard shortcut is, or if you are just tired of taking your hands off of your keyboard to use your mouse in Word, I highly recommend checking out Jensen Harris's Stroking the Keys in Office 12 & Odds, Ends, Shortcuts, and Accelerators post.
Also, for a non-traditional look at Word 2007's new UI, checkout The Enchanted Office web comic.
off topic - feature request It would be great if I can import a citation from ACM/IEEE digital library into a word document. Academic Live Search shows BibTEx entries. Can you link these two. An entry in the Research Taskpane and an import button would be very helpful. Thanks
Hi Jonathan, I'm no longer able to group two pictures, Word 2007 group drawing objects only. How can I solve this problem? Thanks
On the subject of citations, I noticed another minor issue in Word. Word inserts an extranneous space between a periodical's name and the comma that follows it in the bibliography entry. This leads to incorrect line-breaking (lines start with commas.) See www.francispickering.com/space.png
(The offending space is selected in the screenshot; the type of source is a "Journal Article.")
I know this is off topic, but comments on relevant posts are now disabled. I am becoming increasingly concerned about the lack of information on compatibility between Office 2007 and SharePoint 2003. I have written up some areas where I anticipate issues on my blog - looking for any help and advise. steves.blogharbor.com/.../2636432.html Thanks Steve
I am trying to find out why Word 2007 Beta worked fine and now that I have installed the 60 Day Trial of Word 2007 version, I am having a problem. We access Word documents off of a network drive using the full UNC path (not the mapped network directory) which is all maintained inside a SQL database application. When we try to access the files from within the database program, it thinks that the documents are in use by another user (when they are not) and forces a Read Only open of the file. If I try to open the document directly from Explorer off the network drive, using the fully UNC path, it opens with the read only mode, but if I open it via the mapped network directory it opens fine. This has just shown up as we are starting to deploy Office 2007 release version and was not a problem in the Beta. Is there some registry setting that can be set to override this? or is there something else that is different between the Beta and the trial release that is causing this problem? As a temporary solution, we could live with the assumption that the document is not in use by another user EVER, because it very rarely ever happens that 2 people could or would be in the same document at the sametime (just the nature of what we are doing). Any help on this would be appreciated.