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We've been thinking about and working with Office 365 for months. There are a lot of services you get for one low monthly fee. (Watch this episode about Office 365 on the Office Show). We wanted to create some Office Casual videos about it too, so, to start, what subject would you like me to cover in the next Office Casual? Vote in the...
With any new program, you need some help in understanding it. The Office.com Getting Started site has plenty of info and guides for beginners, or those just updating to a newer version of Office. Here is a quick tour in this video recorded during the Microsoft Store celebration of the first anniversary of Office 2010.
If you work with WordArt--or just want to know what it is--here's a video I created on how to move or position the amusing, graphical text. I've done this in Word, but WordArt is available in Excel and PowerPoint, for Office 2007 and Office 2010. You can read about these instructions to Move a WordArt, shape, or text box at Office.com.
A cool ingredient of the Microsoft Store is a community space where events occur. It’s where we set up shop to record videos during the Microsoft Store celebration of the first anniversary of Office 2010. But local business groups and organizations use the space as a high-tech meeting area. We talked to Chad Mack, the Community Development Manager at the Bellevue Square store.
Today we interviewed customers about Office during the Microsoft Store celebration for first anniversary of Office 2010. Here Cecilia McGowan, a master gardener, talks about using the free Office Web Apps.
Let me show you how the powerful new Microsoft Translator raises the bar for translating three ways: on the Web, for Office 2007 & 2003, and a unique translation widget for your site. See the links below to get the particular tool you want.
A co-worker, Steven Thomas (no relation, honest), recently shared his thoughts after taking a workshop here at Microsoft on keeping projects moving forward. With his permission, I wanted to pass along the “good parts” of the workshop that expand on some ideas in John Kotter's book A Sense of Urgency. Take it away, Steven:
Bring the outside in: Too much internal focus leads to stagnation and complacency – to make things happen, you sometimes need an external perspective.
Behave with urgency every day: Urgency doesn’t have to mean scurrying around in a panic – it can also mean streamlining what you do and respecting people’s time, so folks can focus on results and success...
We talked to customers during the Microsoft Store celebration of the first anniversary of Office 2010. Jai Carter talked to us about using two versions of Office.
This Office Casual video appeared yesterday in the post Office 2003 Turns Eight: Time to Upgrade. Below the video are links to the various Office 2010 features talk about in the video.
Today, Windows 7 goes on sale. There have been many excellent reviews (including CNET, PCWorld, and the New York Times), but as an employee, I just gotta say I’m standing a bit taller today (full disclosure: I know people working on the product). We’ve been able to work on W7 (as we write it) for several months and here is my take on some of time saving features. --Doug Thomas