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  • Blog Post: Who moved my Garage?

    Season 2 of the Garage series with host Jeremy Chapman is now on the new Office 365 Technology blog . Looking for the latest new Office Garage Series post? The scope of the show has expanded for season 2. And with that, you can now find the show on the new Office 365 Technology blog . As always, you...
  • Blog Post: System requirements for Office 2013 Preview

    You are itching to give the new Office a spin and we don’t blame you! It’s everything you’ve grown fond of plus many cool new features all rolled up in a beautiful package of apps that play so well together. Before you jump in, take a minute to make sure your system will be able to...
  • Blog Post: You asked… We answered… PowerPoint Templates

    You asked… We answered… PowerPoint Templates We heard it at TechEd this year, “ Do you have a slide deck that we can use to show my company the cool features and benefits of Office 2010 , specifically PowerPoint ?” We do have templates you can customize. But if you are...
  • Blog Post: Office 2013 Preview training content available

    The Office team has created lots of great training content to help users learn about the new features in Office Customer Preview and Office 365. Content URL Self-paced Office training http://officepreview.microsoft.com/en-us/support/training-FX101782702...
  • Blog Post: October 2012 Cumulative Updates for Office and related products are now available

    You can now get the October 2012 Cumulative Updates (CUs) packages for Office 2010 , and the 2007 Office system . The CUs also include Office servers and SharePoint products. In these knowledge base articles, you’ll find links for the individual update packages and their descriptions. In addition, there...
  • Blog Post: August 2012 Cumulative Update for Office is now available

    You can now get the August 2012 Cumulative Updates (CUs) packages for Office 2010 , the 2007 Office system , and Project Server 2010 (released September 14, 2012). The CUs also include Office servers and SharePoint products. In these overall knowledge base articles, you’ll find links for the individual...
  • Blog Post: Getting your users up to speed with the 2007 Office system

    There are many learning resources that you can make available to your users to help your deployment of the 2007 Office system go more smoothly. These include: Office Online . Users can look up how-to information, download templates and clip art, and access many different types of learning resources...
  • Blog Post: Customize these Office 2007 training presentations for your users

    You can customize and use each of these presentation templates to provide in-house training to your users. Each presentation contains detailed instructions for performing the task, including screenshots and short quizzes. Instructions on how to use the template are included on the last slide in each...
  • Blog Post: Cool add-ins for Office 2007

    I compiled a list of add-ins for Office 2007 that you might find useful. The ones that affect two or more products appear first, then they appear (roughly) alphabetically by product. Enjoy! Add-in Description 2007 Microsoft Office Add-in: Microsoft Save as PDF or...
  • Blog Post: Changes to hotfixes in the December 2010 Cumulative Update for Office 2010

    The December 2010 Cumulative Update originally released December 14, 2010 and shown on the Office Update Center page now contains changes to the following hotfix packages. These changes are dated December 31, 2010: SharePoint Foundation 2010 hotfix package (sts-x-none.msp) SharePoint Foundation 2010...
  • Blog Post: Q & A: Are there any Office 2007 viewers available?

    Q: The knowledge base article How to view Word 2007 and Excel 2007 files by using Word Viewer 2003 and Excel Viewer 2003 describes how to make the current Word 2003 and Excel 2003 viewers capable of viewing Word 2007 and Word 2003 documents by installing a Compatibility Pack. I was looking for Office...