Office 2003 Add-in: Outlook Calendar Views 1.0

The Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 Calendar Views Add-in makes it easy for you to view your Outlook Calendar appointments through a filter that is based on Outlook labels and categories. For example, you can create a view that shows you only the appointments on your calendar that are labeled Must Attend, or are categorized as Important.You add filters by using the Calendar Views toolbar, which opens in your Outlook Calendar after you install the add-in.Note: This add-in is for Microsoft Office … [Read more...]

Microsoft to support PDF in Office 12

Microsoft will enable people to publish documents in the Adobe PDF format with Office 12, a company product manager said Saturday. Office 12, which is expected to be completed by the second half of 2006, will let end users take an Office document and convert it to PDF format, Brian Jones, a program manager for Microsoft Office, said in a blog posting. People will not be able to actually read PDF files from within Office applications; a PDF viewer will still be required, he noted. The PDF support … [Read more...]

Office 2003 Service Pack 2

Microsoft Office 2003 Service Pack 2 contains significant security enhancements, in addition to stability and performance improvements. Some of the fixes included with SP2 have been previously released as separate updates. This service pack combines them into one update. System Requirements • Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000 Service Pack 3; Windows Server 2003; Windows XP Download: Office 2003 Service Pack 2 … [Read more...]

Office 12 makeover takes on 'feature creep'

For years, Microsoft has been trying to add features to Office without them getting in the way of people who already know their way around the software. Unfortunately, the company was a little too successful at making its innovations unobtrusive. In user testing, Microsoft found that nine out of every 10 features that customers wanted to see added to Office were already in the program. "They simply don't know it's there," Chris Capossela, a Microsoft vice president, told a developer crowd last … [Read more...]