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What did our Founding Fathers, Thomas Edison, the Wright brothers, and the Apollo 11 mission crew all have in common?
Well, for starters, not one of them had Office 2010...and they all achieved political, engineering, or technological breakthroughs that changed the world.
But looking back on those historical feats, we here on the Office team can't help but wonder how Office 2010 might have changed the game...
Obviously we can't know for sure, but if Office 2010 had existed as far back as 1776, it could have helped...a lot.
To make our case, we're introducing History Reimagined - to show how the Founding Fathers, Thomas Edison, the Wright brothers, and the Apollo 11 crew might have revolutionized their work using Office 2010.
Don't just sit there! Pop some corn, put your feet up and visit History Reimagined to enjoy the videos. Just by watching, you might learn a thing or two.
Oh! About that contest: You could also win an Xbox 360 + Kinect in the weekly drawings or a trip to Philadelphia, the Museum of Science and industry in Chicago, the National Air and Space Museum in Washington D.C., or Cape Canaveral in Florida. It's just that easy* - watch between now and August 17 and you get a chance to win!
Have any other ideas for reimagining historical "documents that matter"? Let us know. You just might inspire our next video.
-- Jevon Fark, Office Team
*No purchase necessary. Sweepstakes open to legal residents of the 50 United States (incl. District of Columbia) and Canada age 18 years and older. Sweepstakes ends 8/17/2011. To enter and for official rules, including odds and prize descriptions, visit www.microsoft.com/office/office-documents-in-history/. Offer void in Quebec and where prohibited.