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Video: Microsoft Office gets a facelift

Microsoft corporate vice president, Chris Capossela, talks about the new features users can expect in Office 2007
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At CES 2007, ZDNet executive editor David Berlind talks to Microsoft corporate vice president, Chris Capossela, about the new features Office users can expect with the roll-out Office 2007 — including a new graphical interface that replaces the traditional menu and toolbars seen in previous versions.

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