This is a second, deeper look at Excel 2007's business intelligence capabilities (Mike Arcuri was on Channel 9 a few weeks ago). Really cool stuff for helping your business see what is happening.
The demos start at 6:15 into this video. Really great stuff, if you are an Excel freak, don't miss!
Ofice 2007 has new file formats for Word, Excel and Powerpoint, based on industry-standard ZIP and XML technologies. These formats were getting a lot of attention at the Office Devcon, where Bill Gates announced the Open XML Formats Developer Group in his
keynote presentation. This new group…
Microsoft Word is probably one of the most commonly used software packages. What many people don’t realize is that it exposes a very rich and fully featured object model. The object model is based around
three basic objects. This is the top level Application object and the underlying Document…
The Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Tools for the Microsoft Office System brings significant enhancements to the development of business solutions that rely on solutions based on Office, Excel, InfoPath
and Outlook 2003. Extending the previous versions, the integration of these tools into Visual…
Is there any business intelligence out there? Mike Arcuri, group program manager on the business intelligence team shows off Excel 12's new features for looking at how your business is doing. You'll never look at pivot tables the same way again.
Scoble recently caught up with Luke Williams, a software developer on the Office team, who helped create a nifty new feature in Office 12: Word to PDF file translation (you can save a Word document as a PDF file by simply choosing Save As...PDF, etc).