• Are your end users demanding support for the Microsoft Office for iPad suite?

    Diana Hwang1,185 pointsBadges:
  • IT pros evaluate Office for iPad, mull Office 365 and end user support

    Microsoft finally released its Office for iPad apps but will it make a dent in the enterprise?

    Diana Hwang1,185 pointsBadges:
  • Tech Trivia Tuesday: When did Microsoft introduce Office?

    Throughout the years we've seen continuous upgrades to Microsoft Office. But here's the big question: When did Microsoft actually introduce the first version of Office? (Quick hint: The date is actually coming up very soon)

    Michael Tidmarsh29,685 pointsBadges:
  • OpenOffice: What to know before making the transition from Microsoft Office

    Learn how OpenOffice Write compares to Word, as well as how OpenBase compares to Access. Get advice on how to work with departments in your company to make the switch from Microsoft Office to OpenOffice. Helpful tips are offered, like letting the administrative assistant to the President keep...

    JMason11,090 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft Office’s CiceroUIWndFrame component crashes Outlook

    A Microsoft Office component called CiceroUIWndFrame can crash Microsoft Outlook. Find out how to fix the CiceroUIWndFrame issue with these steps.

  • CloudOn offers full-featured Microsoft Office alternative for mobile devices – Eight great mobile apps for business travelers

    There are lots of Microsoft Office competitors in the mobile market, and many suffer from file incompatibility or a lack of advanced features. Enter CloudOn, which streams nearly full-featured versions of Word, Excel and PowerPoint to mobile devices and Web browsers. This Microsoft Office...

    Colin Steele2,215 pointsBadges:
  • CloudOn

    CloudOn is a web-based collaboration tool that allows users to open, review and edit Microsoft Office documents on any computing device that has a Google Chrome or Apple Safari browser.

    ITKE344,995 pointsBadges:
  • Office Live Meeting goes live

    Microsoft today is releasing the first version of its Web conferencing software since acquiring the technology when it purchased PlaceWare earlier this year.

    Margie Semilof4,245 pointsBadges:
  • Visual Basic add-ins

    The Visual Basic development environment is poorly documented but offers much of the functionality of MS Office applications through the VB Extensibility Model. The creation of add-ins can make the life of VB developers much simpler. This excerpt from Steven Roman's book Developing Visual Basic...

    ITKE344,995 pointsBadges:
  • Groove part of Office ‘trifecta,’ Microsoft says

    Redmond says the acquisition of Groove Networks is a cornerstone of its collaboration offering for the Office suite of applications. It also puts Lotus Notes creator Ray Ozzie in Bill Gates' inner circle.

    Margie Semilof4,245 pointsBadges:

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