KW802 wrote:I thought that the 'official' reason was that in order to get some Federal security classifications that there could not be any undocumented features in the apps.
That's how I understood it too. It makes total sense to me, although I don't see why you couldn't keep the Easter Eggs and just document them anyway. The Word 2 About box with the little men being chased by a monster was pretty funny, but I thought the Excel 95(?) onwards entire 3D room that you can navigate round was a bit overkill.
Re: Being fired for adding an EE to an OS; was anyone fired for the Windows 95 Easter Egg accessed from creating 3 specifically named folders on the desktop?