The Art of Office

Created: Friday, August 31, 2007, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 8:20 am



For sure, Microsoft’s MacBU does have some great minds. What else would explain this new Art of Office concept that shows how users worldwide create art from ordinary Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents?

As their Mac Mojo blog says: “Art of Office is a place for people to submit artistic and/or useful content made using Office applications (Word, Excel, or PowerPoint). Whether it’s creating pixel art using Excel (a la our Post-it Notes) developing an animated short story in PowerPoint or artistic pieces in Word, this online community allows you to share, rate, remix and discuss user-submitted content with other Mac Office users around the world. It’s a fun way to show unique applications of our product and helps people think of Mac Office in ways they may not have thought of before”.

And while there are lots of comments there which complain about the delay in the release of Office 2008, I really like this initiative — all work and no play is no good!

Categories: office_mac, powerpoint

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