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September 23, 2008


MS Office Tips Newsletter – September 23, 2008

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CONTENTS:

1. Attention! Why Google Docs?
2. Free Office 2007 Video Tutorials!
3. Microsoft Office 2007 Add-in: “Save as PDF or XPS”
4. The Ultimate Guide To PowerPoint 2007 ebook!
5. Free Clip Arts for download
6. Feedback: Tell me what you want!



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1. Attention! Why Google Docs?
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What happens if you don’t have Microsoft Office installed in your computer? Well, you can use the alternative programs, such as Google Docs. It’s FREE!

Google Docs is a hosted service where you can create, store and share documents, spreadsheets and presentations. You can work on your own or collaboratively. You can also import docs from Microsoft Office and Open Office.

For example, one of the great tools is the form tool that enables you to create forms that are posted on the web. As users enter the data, it appears immediately in your spreadsheet.

To get started, you can visit the free tutorials here. Not only that, you can use more than 300 templates that are available for free, please visit here.


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2. Free Office 2007 Video Tutorials!
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I just added 4 more free video tutorials related to Microsoft Office Excel and Word 2007. So if you are new to Office 2007 system, this will be the definite guides for you to learn the skills.

To access and download the video tutorials…
http://www.msoffice-tutorial-training.com/microsoft-office-2007-training.html


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3. Microsoft Office 2007 Add-in: "Save as PDF or XPS"
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This add-in allows you to export and save to the PDF and XPS formats in eight Microsoft Office 2007 programs. It also allows you to send as e-mail attachment in the PDF and XPS formats in a subset of these programs.

For example, if you want your document to be converted into a pdf file, use this add-in can create it for you in seconds. Once downloaded, just double-click on the file and install it.

You can download it for free here. It will take you to the Microsoft website for validation.



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4. The Ultimate Guide To PowerPoint 2007 ebook
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Thanks for those who bought “The Ultimate Guide To Excel 2007”. As I received lots of positive comments, I knew that the ebook can really boost your Excel skills if you learn and practices it.

Another book -The Ultimate Guide To PowerPoint 2007 – Step-by-step with super bonuses is also available now.

If you are interested, be fast to act now while you still can get the discounted price. Remember, the price going to set back to the normal very soon.

For details information, please visit here.



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5. Free Clip Arts for download
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You also use clip arts right? For what…

Well, you can put into your PowerPoint presentation slides, or any documents to increase the readability of your document.

Here you can download close to 100 free computer related clip arts to use. Click here to download the entire package in zipped file.


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6. Feedback: Tell me what you want!
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You can use the Contact Us form to let me know what you wants and expects from our upcoming issues of MS Office Tips newsletter.

Comment, critique or even you submit a new article are welcome to help me improves the MS Office Tips newsletter. Thanks.




All the best,
Wong Hing
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Author of
The Ultimate Guide To Excel 2007 – Step-by-step
The Ultimate Guide To PowerPoint 2007 – Step-by-step

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