Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by Sazar, Mar 22, 2007.
That is all.
Not gonna post pics of my work system
vista has a built in torrent client ??
Haha. That's the Microsoft File Transfer Manager. He's downloading the ISO from MSDN/Technet.
And that's not Vista in the screenshot.
o.k net, it looked like vista, and with the the way M$ is doing things now, I wasn't sure ...
Yeah it must. Seems like you have got a lot of use out of it so far.
I'm dling and all that jazz on my home system through XP. I can access through vista after the dl.
i love the new office
yeah. the interface is kinda weird at first compared to the others, but once you figure out how most of it works, it's really a huge improvement. if you didn't already, i suggest playin around with PowerPoint. just fun to change the looks of the different cells.
Best post evah
It's pretty cool unless you receive html email in outlook.....
Well put Saz. Office 2007 rocks.
What's wrong with HTML e-mail in Outlook?
Outlook 2007 screws up the html emails I get from gamespot, mmorpg.com, dabs.com, ebuyer.co.uk, overclockers.co.uk and futuremark among others
hmm what did you change to fix it? Nothing obvious stuck out at me so I wnt back to office 2003
Mine doesn't either.
Default options here, html works just peachy.
Yeah that's why I was wondering, no problems with HTML e-mails for me either.
Post a screenshot of what you mean by screwed up?
What Mark is experiencing is due to the fact that Outlook 2007 now uses Word to render messages containing HTML+CSS, which means certain HTML elements and CSS properties are unsupported. Previous versions of Outlook used Trident (IE) as the rendering engine.
Because of this change, some HTML newsletters might end up looking different in Outlook 2007, but it doesn't affect all HTML messages, as many of you have noticed.