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Experimenting with Online Backups



I recently spent a bit of time looking at online synching/backup software to provide a little more resilience to my backup situation. Lots of choices but nothing that's really quite perfect yet. Here's what I found.

Opening Word Docs inside Internet Explorer in Vista?



Ah progress - you gotta love it. Fewer choices, less control the dumbing down of the masses. I'm checking out some old code that I've used to load Word documents for editing into a Web Browser control. It appears that under Vista this doesn't work any longer as a Word document now refuses to load...
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