A Glorious Tour of Microsoft, Redmond, and Seattle

Today’s entry is our second in the series from our 2009 summer interns. See the previous entry to find more info on the Microsoft intern program — Cherie   After living most of my life in the state of Michigan, I got the opportunity to move to Redmond, WA for twelve weeks of the summer,…

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Twelve Weeks and a Hundred Chocolate Milks Later

Each summer, Microsoft hosts hundreds of interns from universities around  the US and the world.  This year, the Publisher team was fortunate to have four – two in Development, one in Program Management, and one in Test.  We’ve asked each of these unique individuals to share their thoughts on the blog as their time with…

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Capturing & Applying Color and Formatting

Ever see a color in your Publication, an object, or a favorite picture and wish you knew what it was so that you could apply it to other items in your publication? You can! Ever wish there was an easy way to grab all of the formatting off of one object and just paint it…

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Designing a Tri-Fold Brochure

We return to our regularly scheduled Publisher tips and trick to bring you pointers for creating a brochure in Publisher 2007.  Similar steps can be used for earlier versions of Publisher. Printed materials are an excellent way to communicate information. A well-developed brochure for advertising a product or communicating a message to a specific audience…

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Giving Feedback on Publisher 2010

The Office 2010 Technical Preview invitations have been sent out now, and we’re looking forward to getting as much feedback as possible. We have a few tools to get feedback in the technical preview, and we want to make sure you know how to access them.   For the majority of our users, those who…

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The Publisher Technical Beta is Released!

Starting today, people who are part of the Office 2010 Technical Beta and Office 2010 Technical Preview programs start getting access to our first public bits for Publisher 2010. This is good news for you as a reader of this blog, whether or not you are getting the bits, because it means we can start…

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