Microsoft has begun pumping the Office 2010 beta out to members of its MSDN and TechNet developer groups, ahead of the code’s imminent arrival later this week. The vendor also pushed out the 64-bit beta version of Office Web Apps to subscribers yeterday. The company will almost certainly spin out the code for wider public …
really, more office you say... cant wait!
actually, there is that paint drying that needs someone to watch it... which would be infinitely more interesting than "where have MS put the buttons for day to day tasks.. today?"
Could articles on office be accompianied by a poll like tool that allows the inevitable 5000 posters who'll now post "I HATE TEH RIBBON BRING BACK DA MENUZ!!!111!" to make their feeling known without actually interrupting the rest of the chat?
Just checked Technet and it's there, downloading now .....
RE: Woo Hoo
Jules, seriously... there's more to life.
64bit editions and consitant ribbon in all apps like Visio and Outlook are much awaited by me.
and nothing for the vendors...
I'm a partner subscribed to MAPS, but do I get it thoguh that subscription, or through connect? no... Gotta wait like everyone else....
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