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Download our free Office 2010 migration guides

Thinking about upgrading to Office 2010? Each upgrade brings exciting new features, but new versions of your favorite programs can take some getting used to. To ease the transition, we’ve put together six handy migration guides to help you step up to Office 2010. Whether you’re coming from an older version of Office and just want to find frequently used commands, or you’re entirely new to Office and want a…

OneNote

Test yourself with paperless OneNote flashcards

Sure, school is only just slowly getting back in session. And yet, before you know it, one of your teachers will spring that first pop quiz on you. Memorization drills aren’t exactly a ton of fun right after summer, but did you know that you can create quick and easy flashcards using the built-in outlining features in OneNote? Flashcards are a great way to test your knowledge when you’re learning…

Access

Going beyond Web Macros: Using Event Receivers & .NET with Access Services

Today’s guest blogger is Access MVP Ben Clothier. Ben is an independent contractor working with J Street Technology and Advisicon and was Technical Editor for the Access 2010 Programmer’s Reference. One challenge in Access Services is ensuring that the logic behind various objects will be portable between Access itself and the SharePoint site hosting the Access web database. To that end, the Access team has used macros to support the…

How to install the Outlook Social Connector (video)

The installation of Outlook Social Connector is different from most downloads. Besides downloading Outlook Social Connector (for Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2003; it’s included in Outlook 2010), you must download provider files for each social network you want to connect to. Watch this short video to see how, and see the important links plus an overview of the Outlook Social Connector below. Note: To use Facebook in the Outlook Social…