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Office 11 "beta Testers" - Post Your Comments Etc.

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ffs i'm sick of it.. i haven't got anything yet.. stupid office 11 beta 2 craps.. :) they sent it apparently a month or so ago :rolleyes:

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All people who are Office Systems 2003 Beta Tester are free to post their comments and experiences via the provided NewsGroups/WebNews accounts available to them. Please make good use of them and do not post bugs here as they are sometimes sensitive or could potentially be a threat to others.

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grr.. u not going to believe this. i just got sent the same cds today and its costing me $5.96 US for sending it :) .. i am not paying it and its going back to them the scums lol

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How come you got the same CDs? Send a complaint to M$...

I'm getting sent the OneNote beta (plus a 18-day evaluation of Windows XP :) ) all for free...

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no sick of complaining.. u just get a bloody automated message lol :)

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I am a MSDN subscriber, so I downloaded it as soon as possible. I like it much more than I like XP. The skin is nicer, Outlook is a large improvement. One question though, do I get the CD pack for free since I am a subscriber? Or am I limited to downloading (I am a new subscriber)? I just received my first shipment yesterday, and it didn't have Office Systems 2003 Beta 2, that's why I ask.

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ehh.. well, i was changed but am refusing to pay it as i didn't ask for another copy.. if ur in the States, its free

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all testers would of got this email not long ago stating new features of MS Publisher 2003 :)

Hello Microsoft Office System Beta Testers,

The Publisher team is in need of your assistance. Please help us make Microsoft® Office Publisher 2003 the best version yet.  Please install the Beta 2 version of Microsoft® Office Publisher 2003 and use it to create some sample publications.  Take advantage of some of the great new features listed below. Then, let us know what you think through the Publisher Beta Newsgroup (news:microsoft.beta.o11iep.publisher).

New Features in Publisher 2003 includes:

10 new master design sets for a total of 45 master design sets you can use to create common businesses publications with consistent design.

New publication types CD/DVD labels, invitation cards, personal stationery, and e-mail

Baseline alignment for text

New interactive Graphics Manager

Multiple master pages

Empty picture frames to use as placeholders

Improved Design Checker

Improved positioning of inline objects

Find and replace across all stories and text frames in a publication

Improved Save As Picture command lets you choose image resolution and multiple file types

Picture and catalog merge

New Web wizards

Easy Web Site Builder

3-Page Web Site

Navigation bars for Web pages

WYSISYG Web page editing (Web view)

Incremental Web upload makes it easier to update and maintain a publisher-created Web site

Page sorter for easily rearranging pages

Precise pan and zoom using any 5-button mouse

New publication task pane organization and Start screen

Usage Ideas:

- Create a brochure and print it on your desktop printer.

- Create a Web Site using Microsoft® Office Publisher2003.

- Create a single page letter and send it to a friend as rich e-mail.

Your usage and feedback will help us ensure that we achieve the quality we’re striving for.

Thank You for using Microsoft® Office Publisher 2003.

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I really like the Calendar Sharing in Outlook. Although the previous version of Outlook has Calendar Sharing, it seems easier with this Outlook because you can view calendars side by side.

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