Office Watch has been publishing free, fearless and independent news
about Microsoft Office since 1996.
This new web site is the latest extension of our aim to let our readers know
the latest about Microsoft Office regardless of whether Microsoft likes it or
Advertising is available on the web site and newsletters -
Now there are many more ways for you to get your
fix of fearless Microsoft Office news, help and tips:
- RSS Feeds are available for each area of the web site. The
RSS link is at the bottom of each article.
- Search - full text search of all past Office Watch
- Twitter - we 'tweet' whenever there's news or tips from
Office Watch - details.
- Web Slices - the new Internet Explorer 8 feature is enabled
for each section of Office Watch. Web Slices will alert you to new
- Winks - is a new section suggested by Peter McDonell. This is a
place for us to share tips, links etc that are not Microsoft Office related
but we'd like to let you know about. It's a broad, eclectic
and occasional mix, we hope you like it.
Each article on the new site has various features to help you display and
- Bookmarks - mark a page with a click, we've made this compatible
with many browsers including IE, Firefox and Safari.
- Create links to Del.icio.us, DiggThis and Yahoo! My Web.
- Links - click on the 'Links' link under 'Article Services' to see
short length links to that article - both the regular and mobile/PDA
- Print - click on the print button to get a specially formatted
version that you can print out.
- Translate - click on the Translate link at the bottom of any
article to get a translated version in several other languages of your
- Related Articles - at the bottom of the page there can be links
to other similar content on our site.
- Longer articles are separated into sections for faster display.
There is a â€˜single pageâ€™ link at the bottom of the article so you have the
Site Map for
A special version of the latest web site is available to read on your PDA,
mobile phone, Apple iPhone/iTouch or even just a computer with a slow or expensive Internet
Go to http://m.office-watch.com/
or a PDA version info page has more on setting
up Mobile Favorites and ActiveSync.