All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Microsoft Word’
Google announced that it has released some updates for import/export for Microsoft Word and Excel files to and from Google Drive. “Now, when converting a Microsoft Excel file to a Google spreadsheet, you’ll be able to import embedded pictures – plus radar and stock charts,” Google explains in a Google+ update. “When you’re exporting to XLSX, charts will be exported …
Even though Microsoft’s Outlook is viewed as the standard email client, it has some problems. Specifically, Outlook doesn’t render HTML correctly, which drives designers insane.
So what is Microsoft doing about the problem for the upcoming release of Outlook 2010? One word, nothing. Sigh, you’re killing us Bill.
Have you had trouble opening Word files lately?
If you’re like me, you get these Word docs that end with .docx and can do nothing with the file.
This makes it real hard to operate as a writer or editor of white papers.
For the first time in many years, it seems that Microsoft if forcing those of us with older versions of Word to upgrade.
What gives Bill?
The RSS date/time format is a pain to create if you are building the XML for your RSS feed in a text editor.