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Hi Everyone,

I saw a demo last week of the new Office 12, and Windows Vista, both still in Beta Testing and very very cool! Do any of you know if it is possible to get into a beta group and/or get a copy of the new suite so that I can start playing with it?

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If you join TechNet or MSDN, you get all the betas for every product way in advance. I have both memberships and have Vista in testing. It costs a few dollars though.

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Thanks!

I had a look at both, I think I may have to take the plunge and spend a "few" dollars on signing up. Have you been able to test the new version of Access, and if so, what are your impressions?

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