Microsoft released a open source project to create a Firefox based plugin to open OpenXML documents created by MS Office 2007 (or other Office versions with compat pack). This is to facilitate people who don’t have Office or are using *-NIX based OS like Linux. I got the plugin installed on my PC and below is the screenshot, appearantly it translates the .docx file to .xhtml file to be opened up by FF.
Here is the high level architecture I got from the website
The following features are planned for the first milestone:
Core transformation framework
Browser plug-ins for Firefox 3.0.x on Windows and Linux
Outlook provides a feature called Suggest Name, when you type the name of the person in the To/CC/BCC field. However, when you migrate to a new PC, you find that all the lists are not there. This can be very tedious especially you need to email to that person, but you canâ€™t recall the email address, and worst of all, you didnâ€™t save it in your contacts.
So, how do you migrate the Suggest Name from old PC to the new PC? Hereâ€™s how:
1. At the old PC, quit Outlook, navigate to C:\Users\Your_Alias\Appdata \Roaming\Microsoft\Outlook\ (Note that the Appdata is a hidden folder. To view hidden folder, open Explorer -> Organize -> Folder And Search Option -> View -> Hidden Files And Folders -> Show Hidden Files And Folders)
2. Copy the file Outlook.NK2.
3. At the new PC, quit Outlook, navigate to C:\Users\Your_Alias\Appdata \Roaming\Microsoft\Outlook\ and replace the Outlook.NK2.
You will find that the Suggest Name will now appear on the new PC.
When you’re creating a bulleted or numbered list in Microsoft Office Word or Microsoft Office PowerPoint, you might want an item to appear in the list without a bullet or without incrementing the number. You can start a new line without a bullet by pressing SHIFT+ENTER. The next time you press the ENTER key, the new line will continue the bulleted or numbered list.