7 features Microsoft Outlook needs today

Microsoft Outlook is more than an email application running on the desktop or the browser.

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7 features Microsoft Outlook needs today

New file format options in the new Office

In the next release of Office, we have added two additional formats for use: Strict Open XML and Open Document Format (ODF) 1.2. We have also added support for opening PDF documents so they can be edited within Word and saved to any supported format.

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VBA, Programmability, and Open File Format for Office 2010 with Brian Jones

Learn about the programmability enhancements in Microsoft Office 2010 from one of its creators. In this interview, Brian Jones, Group Program Manager for the Microsoft Office Solutions Framework Team, dives deep into the details

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To-Do Bar Improvements in Outlook 2010

In earlier posts about the To-Do Bar you provided us a lot of great feedback. You might wonder what To-Do Bar improvements were made in Microsoft Outlook 2010. We want to present a brief overview of the work that we have done, based on your feedback, to make the To-Do Bar more useful.

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Channel 9 Interview: No More Underscores in Visual Basic 10!

I just posted a new Channel 9 interview on a nifty little feature which isn’t so little when you look at it from the compiler. In this interview, Tyler Whitney , a developer on the Visual Basic compiler team demonstrates how line termination has changed in the Visual Basic 10 compiler making underscores unnecessary as line continuation indicators.

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Channel 9 Interview: No More Underscores in Visual Basic 10!

Understanding Field Controls and Web Parts in SharePoint Server 2007 Publishing Sites

Learn the details of SharePoint Server 2007 field controls and Web Parts and how they differ, and best practices for when to use each type of control.

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Understanding Field Controls and Web Parts in SharePoint Server 2007 Publishing Sites

Live Framework Update Released

The Live Framework team has released the April 2009 CTP update for the Live Framework.  This update includes performance improvements, bug fixes, and improved functionality. For the details on what's new, see the release announcement on the Live Framework team blog. To learn more about the Live Framework, see dev.live.com/liveframework .

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Live Framework Update Released