Microsoft website blooper on the 'Office Word 2007 top 10 benefits' page

This posting could/should've been title, "It's easy to sit there and mock. Which is why I like it " - which I thought was a Jack Handey but I was wrong.

As spotted by an eagle-eyed colleague - check out the Office Word 2007 top 10 benefits page

The initial blurb is all about "professional" and "easy-to-use":

We then have number 1 benefit which tells us how we can now concentrate on getting the words right:

And then, ah, oops ...

For those that didn't spot it have a closer look


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