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Think You're the Only One with Office Problems?


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Troy

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http://office.micros...2255591033.aspx

Microsoft employee spills the beans on co-workers and their mishaps with their own Office program. Enlightening reading for the user having problems - if they stuff it up, we sure are going to as well! :)
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Thanks, Troy!! :)
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Replying-all to huge mailing lists

that's the WORST!!! i've made ALOT of globally available distribution groups here at work...and people use them for everything "goin to the bar this weekend?", "craig's office smells like cabbage...what's going on?" etc..
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Is that supposed to be Dave's office? :)
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no....craig's office for sure (i even set his computer to start up and give him a message every day "YOU SMELL LIKE CABBAGE")
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Oh, that must have been the guy I advised to reformat... :)
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Getting instant messages (IMs) during presentations. Once the presentation is going, IM notifications inevitably pop up on the screen. This tends to happen most when you're presenting in front of hundreds of people. "Yo! How did the [blind-date/colonoscopy/armed-robbery] go?" "Hi, [term of endearment]! I can't wait to [verb] your [adjective][noun] [now/tonight/again/forever]!" I'm told that the latest version of Office fixes this. Let's hope so.

this is totally true
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