MSN.com with Word 2007 theme!Â
Update 7/14/07: MSN.com has removed the theme
MSN.com with Word 2007 theme!Â
Update 7/14/07: MSN.com has removed the theme
Do you want to check your Live Mail (formerlly known as Hotmail) email using Outlook 2003 or Outlook 2007? You can configure HTTP through native Outlook 2003/2007 but you will need a paid subscription to do it.
With Microsoft Office Outlook Connector Beta, you will be able to download/read/compose Live Mail emails.
To download Microsoft Office Outlook Connector Beta, please go to the link:
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Every since the beta version of Microsoft Outlook 2007, Outlook has a huge performance issue. However Microsoft just released an update for Outlook 2007 to resolve the performance issue.
“I canâ€™t say that this will 100 percent solve the latency issues, but users should see a big improvement,” said Jessica Arnold, Outlookâ€™s program manager.
Â News source: http://neowin.net/index.php?act=view&id=39465
Well it’s finally over – any “free” beta copies of Beta 2 of the 2007 Microsoft Office System have no expired and you’ll have to upgrade to the final version. Lo and behold, you can try the 2007 Microsoft Office System for free via their website for around 180 days.
Alright everyone, I am very sorry about these being so late. Any way pictures after the jumpÂ
This is a picture of the band Angels and Airwaves who played before Bill came on to stage, the sound system at that theater literally moved my hair.Â
Here is Angels and Airwaves again. The video in the back was really amazing showing people from all over the world using Vista.Â
This is when Bill first came on stage. He first started talking about his “Wow” moment and how far we have come.Â
The backdrop says it all :)Â
Right here we see Bill and Steve about to introduce the partners on stage and give them a plaque withÂ Windows Vista Home Basic upgrade disc, and Office 2007 Ultimate.Â
Here is Bill again; he is talking about all the testing. For some reason he thought that TechBeta and TAP were the same as the CPP… Some testers, TechBetaÂ were a bit upset about this because they felt they worked harder than CPP (which they did by filing bugs) any way. Windows Vista is the BEST version of Windows EVER! Get Vista!Â
Microsoft have put up a few images of the EVO (Exchange 2007, Vista and Office) released-to-manufacturing screenshots on their “A New Day for Business” bit on the PressPass website. Kinda fits seeing as all three have RTM’d and are available for businesses. Anyway, enjoy!
Note: Some of the images are rather big in size – they vary from around 600kb to around 1.4mbso just be careful!
Those who have recently bought boxed versions of Windows and/or Office programs can now request an upgrade to Vista and/or Office 2007 for a nominal fee.
Elegibility requirements (product bought, date of purchase, etc) and the nominal fee change from region to region, you’ll need to check the details for your country.
From Microsoft’s website:
Thank you for being a valued Microsoft customer! As a show of our appreciation to customers who acquire a qualifying Windows XP or Microsoft Office 2003 boxed product from a retailer or authorized Microsoft reseller during the qualifying eligibility period, we are providing minimal cost upgrades to Windows Vista and 2007 Microsoft Office software.
Read from MCT Private newsgroup, knowing that there is a chance for you to get a free copy of Microsoft Vista Business and Microsoft Office Professsional 2007 with FULL license. YES, Free and FULL license. So if you miss out the chance to be beta tester of Microsoft Connect and submitted bug(s) to get your free copy, here is another chance for you. All you have to do is complete three webcastsÂ of Vista or/and Office from the website within 30 days of registration, then you will get one or both if you complete them both.
Don’t be too happy yet, there are some conditions,
1) You are legal residents of US and 18 years ago or older.
2) You are not participate in the Microsoft Partner Program or the MSDN.
These offers expire on 28th Feb, 2007, or while supplies last, so don’t wait and visit there for your OWN, FREE and FULL copy of Microsoft Vista Business and Microsoft Office Professional 2007.
I’m downloading Office 2007 Professional from MSDN right now! Go and get it 🙂
Right now only Office 2007 Professional and individual applications are on Connect. We’ll see if they add other suites (Professional Plus and Ultimate).
Yep, the Office Professional 2007, Office Professional Plus 2007 and Office Ultimate 2007 product keys can now be requested on the “Product Keys” section of your MSDN Subscriber Downloads.
I posted a screenshot of what I see on the Product Keys section of MSDN. Now we just have to wait for the ISO! 🙂
Source: MSDN Subscriptions
Update: I just noticed that I can’t get to the Office 2007 Beta downloads, I always get an error message:
Please try again later.
Thank you for your patience.
I do hope this is a sign that good things are coming!
From my older post, http://www.msblog.org/2006/10/31/windows-vista-and-office-2007-availability-on-msdn-subscriber-downloads/Â , Office 2007 and Windows Vista will be released on MSDN 7 days after its RTM.
Here is the latest news:
Office 2007 will be released on MSDN on 12th Nov 06;
Windows Vista will be released on MSDN on 17th Nov 06.
On a side note,
http://licensing.microsoft.com, http://partners.microsoft.com and MSDN’s Download site will be having downtime from Friday to Sunday Nov 12th 4PM; till Saturday Nov 11th 10AM; from 7PM till 9PM Friday Nov 10th respectively. Guess they are getting the required servers and bandwidth ready for ROCK-AND-ROLL!
Forget Windows Vista Ultimate (for a while, don’t forget it completely, for the love of God), we have things to release and they’re hitting us soon. For corporate and business users, Windows Vista Enterprise, the version of Vista designed for those who are in corporate network systems, will be released on November 30th 2006 of this year. Also with that date comes the 2007 Microsoft OfficeÂ System, however disputing what the BBC says:
Microsoft will make available Office 2007 – its suite of business programs.
Whether that means the server products and the more “businessy” types of software in the 2007 Microsoft Office System is released with Vista Enterprise, I really don’t know. I think it means the whole Office System, but we’ll have to wait and see. The full article from the BBC quotes as:
From 30 November corporate customers of the software giant will be able to get their hands on the next version of the operating system.
Also on that date Microsoft will make available Office 2007 – its suite of business programs. Home users will have to wait until January 2007 to get hold of a copy of the Vista software. Vista is the long-awaited update of the Windows operating system that was originally slated to be released in August 2006. The software has been under development for more than five years. The release will be a simultaneous global launch.
The software is a major overhaul of Windows and updates many of the core technologies. New elements include improved security, an improved 3D interface, plus new sound and networking technologies. Vista, known as Longhorn during its gestation, will be available in six separate versions to match the differing needs of computer users. Three of these are tuned for businesses, two are for home users and one will be for developing nations.
Microsoft has yet to give details of the prices of the different versions but it has released information about what PCs will have to do to run the software. Many PC makers are now selling “Vista-ready” computers. In the US the software will be unveiled by Microsoft boss Steve Ballmer at an event at the New York Stock Exchange.
Thanks to Leen Snoek for this.
Microsoft Office Online website has just launched! It sports a whole new interface.
This could hint that a release of Office 2007 launch is so soon 😛
Click here for the link to Microsoft Office Online!
Windows Vista and Office 2007 will be available through MSDN Subscriber downloads within 7 days of release to manufacture (RTM). MSDN Subscriptions is committed to making new content available to our subscribers as soon as is practical.
Credits: Leen Snoek