Office 12 Moves Closer To Beta


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Ryan V
A Microsoft representative said the letters to testers are a standard part of the beta process.

"We're really excited that beta 1 will be available soon," a Microsoft representative said in an e-mailed statement. "Securing technical feedback from select customers and partners is a key goal of beta 1."

The arrival of the beta invites prompted a flurry of discussion at a variety of Microsoft enthusiast sites including Neowin.

Source: http://news.com.com/Office+12+moves+closer...ml?tag=nefd.top

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sn00pie

Awesome, can't wait to use it! :)

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Tungsten T

I guess Neowin has become the main tech forum

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pre
I guess Neowin has become the main tech forum

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I agree, There was a time that when you did a Google search for "Vista", Neowin.net was second on the list. :laugh:

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lardiop

Yay me!!! Erm, us! :p

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TheNay

Yea, Neowin was mentioned :) hehe

I oddly had a dream a few months ago about working at Neowin (I'm assuming this is in the far future where Neowin is a company or sumthin.. lol) It was rather odd and interesting :)

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L3thal
Yay me!!! Erm, us! :p

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Greedy basted :p

:shifty:

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Elliot B.
The software calls for a machine with Windows XP Service Pack 1 or Windows Server 2003, as well as a 512MHz processor, 256MB of memory and an 800-by-600-pixel screen or better.

512 MHz processor? :|

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qkslvr221
512 MHz processor? :|

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Awful steep requirements I agree! :laugh:

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futb0l

Coool. I can't wait to see it. The pre-beta was awesome.

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Pink Floyd

hehe windows server 2003 with a 512MHz proc and 256mb of ram (Y)

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