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I strongly support @Borek idea. You should use a bigger rectangle with rounded corners and transparency.
You could do something like that:
* Full rectangle at approximate position
* 1px outline to expand the area and to fight the approximation
* 4px glow to be sure the text will be in the highlighted area withouth having a too bad highlight.
I value every bit of your input I must print it for study. Then, being so new to all these netbook programs I easily forget and require lots of help. To my delightful surprise you always are a help. These tidbits of how you create are awesome and endearing. You love your work. I love and appreciate the tools you have created. I want to be so fluent in your "language" and its parts. Thank you for your hard work, intuitiveness and great pondering on creating your gifts.
If publish you must, then go for it. I only write for your sake.
Moderate all you want. You are welcome to do so.
I seek a place to store precious words. Where is that best place. Is it Work Notebook. I think not, but perhaps.
I agree with borek and fremy. If it's hard to place the highlight on the correct place, don't make it look accurate.
Since most people search for a whole word which is mostly more then 3 characters long, you should use a big dot instead of the rectangle. I think the dot should be placed on the word in most cases or at least very, very near.
We should have thought about this earlier. Better late than never, thank you for sharing this information. Hope these tips would be helpful for us.
bla..bla..bla...i'm realy-realy-realy-realy tired of seen all those technologies from microsoft tested in Universities first! give me the web office and i will put it in my classroom, here, in a small island in aegean sea... or you need a catering in the university yard to give the permision first?
iam thinking to make abeg web sit by powerpoint2010 how i can start .?
This could be a great way for public schools to save on licensing costs in this era of diminishing funding. I'd love to learn more about security features for kids/students in public schools, perhaps tying this in with inexpensive email hosting through Microsoft, etc.! I'd love to learn more!
Will Office Live Workspace be supported with Office 2010?
I use Office Live Workspace very frequently and have the add-in installed on my computer. Bu since I upgraded to Office 2010, the add-in no longer functions.
If you are the only person to access your files and carry them around on a SD card or USB key, the advantages of saving to the cloud may be minimal or zero.
Although maybe not completely fair, the recent recent of T-Mobile/Microsoft Sidekick made me very much aware of the risks and disadvantages of saving to the cloud.
With other words: saving data to the cloud can have it's advantages but it should also make sense. It is not a goal per se. It does not always make life easier.
I don't understand why you and the Microsoft Marketing Department keep promoting Office Web Apps as if it's currently available to customers. Every time I get a message about this, I check SkyDrive, click on a Word document, then Edit, and get "TBD". Do you have any idea how frustrating that is?
I feel like you keep lying to me and I keep falling for it over and over again. Personally, I don't think that's the best way to connect with your customers, especially the early adopters like me.
"If you are the only person to access your files and carry them around on a SD card or USB key, the advantages of saving to the cloud may be minimal or zero."
I disagree. With SD or key you have to synchronize the files everytime back and forth if you edit the files on multiple places, and never forget to do so.
On the other hand, if you keep your files on the cloud there's no need for synchronizations.
"Although maybe not completely fair, the recent recent of T-Mobile/Microsoft Sidekick made me very much aware of the risks and disadvantages of saving to the cloud."
What about keeping your files on a device as small as a SD that you can forget somewhere or maybe be stolen... Not to mention that you will end keeping copies of the files on every machine you work with. I don't see why it would be safer.
Cloud computing is about ease to experience alternatives. Until recently, everyone had to have the same software, the same Office on their machines to ensure that it could read a document from a friend, or edit it. With cloud computing you simply provide a link and your friend not only opens the document, but also the application that generated it. Zero friction to try alternatives. The end of natural monopoly in IT.