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Old 03-20-2009, 03:25 PM   #1
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The program that adds a menu to Office 2007 applications has been available from AddinTools for some time, but although cheap, it isn't free. Now UBitMenu is available in languages other than German, and it's free. You get it here:

http://www.ubit.ch/software/ubitmenu-languages/

   
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Old 03-20-2009, 07:30 PM   #2
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Nice ... thanks for that.

   
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I should have mentioned that I got the news from Office Watch, the successor to Woody Leonard's Word Watch; but who could imagine that there are any MS Office users that don't know (and receive) Office Watch?

   
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I should have mentioned that I got the news from Office Watch, the successor to Woody Leonard's Word Watch; but who could imagine that there are any MS Office users that don't know (and receive) Office Watch?
With all the millions and millions of Office users out there, there must be at least a few.

   
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Old 03-23-2009, 01:31 AM   #5
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Brilliant - thank you!
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Old 03-24-2009, 11:58 AM   #6
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The program that adds a menu to Office 2007 applications has been available from AddinTools for some time, but although cheap, it isn't free. Now UBitMenu is available in languages other than German, and it's free. You get it here:

http://www.ubit.ch/software/ubitmenu-languages/
An excellent trouve - well done!

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John:
A good trouvaille it was; but as I said before, 'I should have mentioned that I got the news from Office Watch, the successor to Woody Leonard's Word Watch'. So it wasn't really much of a find, just matter of not ignoring Office Watch, which is now in its fourteenth year.

   
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I should have mentioned that I got the news from Office Watch, the successor to Woody Leonard's Word Watch; but who could imagine that there are any MS Office users that don't know (and receive) Office Watch?
I just googled "Woody Leonard's Word Watch" and this thread came out top - how zippy is that??!!

Thanks for that as well - I guess that makes it trouve squared!

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I should have mentioned that I got the news from Office Watch, the successor to Woody Leonard's Word Watch; but who could imagine that there are any MS Office users that don't know (and receive) Office Watch?
Here is http://news.office-watch.com/?
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I just googled "Woody Leonard's Word Watch" and this thread came out top—how zippy is that?
Yes: be careful—others are listening in! I think though that that may be not unwanted by the forum's managers.

   
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