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Windows 7: Microsoft already seeking developer input for Office 16

05 Jan 2011   #1
JMH

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Microsoft already seeking developer input for Office 16

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Microsoft is known to be well into developing Office 15, its next version of its integrated Office suite. (In fact, one Microsoft VP said late last year he was running an early milestone build of it.) But Microsoft is already gearing up to gather developer input for Office 16.

A Microsoft official mentioned Office 16 in a January 4 blog post, calling for developer participation in a March 2011 Office 15 Developer Kitchen. At that event, according to the post, Microsoft plans to show developers an “advance preview” of its Access and Office 15 story; allow them to spend face time with the Office product team; help Microsoft “identify any major gaps prior to the release”; and provide input for Office 15 and Office 16.
Microsoft already seeking developer input for Office 16 | ZDNet


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