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May 26, 2009


MS Office Tips Newsletter – May 27, 2009

Welcome to this month newsletter… If you like this newsletter, please do a friend and me a big favor and "pay it forward". Pass it along to your friends or colleagues who want to improve their Microsoft Office skills. She will thank you for it.

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CONTENTS:

1. The 2007 Microsoft Office Suite Service Pack 2 (SP2)
2. Getting Started with Publisher 2007 : 5 Free Video Tutorials!
3. A Mathematical Challenge For You
4. Free Microsoft PowerPoint Add-in: YawnBuster
5. Feedback: Tell me what you want!



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1. Download the 2007 Microsoft Office Suite Service Pack 2
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In the previous newsletter, we let you download the 2007 Office Suite SP 1. Now, Microsoft already released the Office 2007 Suite SP2. This download includes two types of fixes.

To find out what are the bugs being fixed and download it for free, click here to download the file.


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2. Getting Started with Publisher 2007 : 5 Free Video Tutorials!
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I just added 5 more free video tutorials on Microsoft Office Publisher 2007. It’s a good place to start learning and polish your skills on publishing your works. So, feel free to go to following link to get the videos.

To access and download the video tutorials…

http://www.msoffice-tutorial-training.com/microsoft-office-2007-training.html


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3. A Mathematical Challenge For You
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Tired of working? Let’s try this challenge...and only skilled people can open this file [Mathematica.xls]! Now it is your turn!

A man wanted to get into his work building, but he had forgotten his code.

However, he did remember five clues. These are what those clues were: 1. The fifth number plus the third number equals fourteen.
2. The fourth number is one more than the second number.
3. The first number is one less than twice the second number.
4. The second number plus the third number equals ten.
5. The sum of all five numbers is 30.

What were the five numbers and in what order? The answer unlocks the file! Get the file here.

If you open the file, write your name on the lists inside, and send the file to your friends to let them solve this riddle.

If you can’t solve the problem, get the answer in our next issue of this newsletter. Good luck...


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4. Free Microsoft PowerPoint Add-in: YawnBuster
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YawnBuster brings alive your PowerPoint slides with Group Activities such as audience polls, games, group exercises and competitions. Now you can get your audience to think, enjoy, participate and identify key takeaways quickly and easily.

So with YawnBuster, you always have undivided attention of your audience: after all, they aren't just watching PowerPoint slides any more - they are interacting with you. Go and download it now...

http://www.yawnbuster.com


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5. 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
The Ultimate Guide To Office 2003 Series of ebooks

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