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Office 2007 'WorkSpace' Feature

Discussion in 'Microsoft Office' started by Maurice, Jan 15, 2010.

  1. Maurice

    Maurice Flightless Bird

    Would like to use the workspace feature which I believe requires a website.
    I have a website but do not know what is required to add/upload to the site
    to enable this 'workspace' Is there a detailed document on what it takes to
    use the workspace feature and all the things one should be able to do once
    enabled. The term suggests that there is an ability to host a real-time
    meeting and share data. Somewhere I say something that suggested that either
    sharepoint server or at least sharepoint services [the 3.0 download] was
    involved. This is a Vista Ultimate machine and seek as much guidance as
    possible. Additionally, perhaps there is some video available to assist me
    with the functions. Guidance sought
     
  2. ANONYMOUS

    ANONYMOUS Flightless Bird

    If you are looking for Office Live Workspace features then try this link for
    instructions:

    <http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/officelive/FX102382801033.aspx>

    Let us know if it helped.


    Maurice wrote:

    > Would like to use the workspace feature which I believe requires a website.
    > I have a website but do not know what is required to add/upload to the site
    > to enable this 'workspace' Is there a detailed document on what it takes to
    > use the workspace feature and all the things one should be able to do once
    > enabled. The term suggests that there is an ability to host a real-time
    > meeting and share data. Somewhere I say something that suggested that either
    > sharepoint server or at least sharepoint services [the 3.0 download] was
    > involved. This is a Vista Ultimate machine and seek as much guidance as
    > possible. Additionally, perhaps there is some video available to assist me
    > with the functions. Guidance sought
     
  3. Maurice

    Maurice Flightless Bird

    Re: Office 2007 Meeting 'WorkSpace' Feature

    My question has nothing to do with the free office live product. I am
    referring to the MEETING WORKSPACE that exists in Microsoft Office 2007.

    In Office 2007, Going to the calendar feature, clicking "NEW", then
    clicking "INVITE ATTENDEES" There is a unique icon a " MEETING WORKSPACE".
    When clicking on "ADDITONAL INFORMATION" There are references to "SHAREPOINT
    SERVICES" I want to know how the SHAREPOINT SERVICES 3.0 DOWNLOAD will
    facilitate real time meetings between myself and invitees. My interest is in
    how I can make presentations such as powerpoint, MS project milestones,
    alerts, tasks, resources. In other words I want to allow invitees to see
    applications launched on my machine or content on a website facilitated by
    the sharepoint services.

    Again, I have NO interest in the OFFICE LIVE product. Any reply should
    address what I have stated above. Much thanks in advance for an informed
    response.










    "ANONYMOUS" wrote:

    > If you are looking for Office Live Workspace features then try this link for
    > instructions:
    >
    > <http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/officelive/FX102382801033.aspx>
    >
    > Let us know if it helped.
    >
    >
    > Maurice wrote:
    >
    > > Would like to use the workspace feature which I believe requires a website.
    > > I have a website but do not know what is required to add/upload to the site
    > > to enable this 'workspace' Is there a detailed document on what it takes to
    > > use the workspace feature and all the things one should be able to do once
    > > enabled. The term suggests that there is an ability to host a real-time
    > > meeting and share data. Somewhere I say something that suggested that either
    > > sharepoint server or at least sharepoint services [the 3.0 download] was
    > > involved. This is a Vista Ultimate machine and seek as much guidance as
    > > possible. Additionally, perhaps there is some video available to assist me
    > > with the functions. Guidance sought

    >
    > .
    >
     

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