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MS Office Tips Newsletter - June 23, 2009

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CONTENTS:

1. Get The Access 2003 Ebook Now (FRE.E but time sensitive)
2. Word 2007 Add-in: Microsoft Math
3. The Mathematical Challenge Answer
4. Eight More Free Office 2007 Video Tutorials!
5. Feedback: Tell me what you want!


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1. Get The Access 2003 Ebook Now (FRE.E but time sensitive)
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A special gift for You… as my royal newsletter subscriber.

A 128-page ebook - The Ultimate Guide to Access 2003! is now available for you - FRE.E.

It will be available until 30 June 2009. After that, I will remove the download link.

Right-click here and choose 'Save Target As' to get your copy while it's still free.



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2. Word 2007 Add-in: Microsoft Math
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This add-in for Word 2007 makes it easy to create graphs, perform calculations, and solve for variables with equations created in Word document.

For more information on the system requirements, install, uninstall and download the add-in, click here.



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3. A Mathematical Challenge For You
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In the last issue of this newsletter, I post a challenge for you. If you missed it, you can try the challenge again…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.

And now, the answer is 74658.


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4. Eight More Free Office 2007 Video Tutorials!
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I just added 8 more free video tutorials related to Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007. So if you wish to polish your skills on creating stunning PowerPoint presentations using the 2007 system, feel free to go to following link and watch the videos.

To access and download the video tutorials, click the following link…

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


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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 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 PowerPoint 2007 - Step-by-step
The Ultimate Guide To Excel 2007 - Step-by-step
The Ultimate Guide To Office 2003 Series of ebooks



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