Category Archives: Microsoft Office

Have You Met…LOREM and RAND?

People doing website or document layouts often need to use filler text to work on the page layout prior to having the content finalized.  This week’s two-minute “Have You Met” video introduces a couple of useful, but little-known, functions in Office to automatically create “Lipsum” or random filler text in Office documents.  Meet LOREM and RAND:

MEC-ing Towards Ecstasy

This week, I had fun (don't tell my bosses, but I get paid for this) facilitating a series of hands-on workshops for clients and prospects.  They are jointly sponsored by Microsoft and partners like my firm, and are designed to give attendees a hands-on experience with the latest wave of Microsoft technologies. They were once called...
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Five Stages of Microsoft Partnership

I spent some time with a colleague this week discussing how partners work with Microsoft, and it's a conversation I've had in many shapes and forms for almost 15 years with many Microsoft partners in partner briefings, conferences, advisory  boards, executive round tables, and other less formal venues (ie/eg, over beers).  Having built much of...
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