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August 14, 1999 Show:
Super Suites Guest:
SmartSuite Millennium Edition targets the corporate market, but anyone can benefit from SmartSuite's new features. It opens and saves files on remote Internet sites more easily than other suites and has built-in IBM ViaVoice voice recognition software. What does this mean to you as a user? Well for one thing, your spreadsheet can read back what you just put in so you can double-check it from an offline source. Find out more from our John Ellsworth, Senior Product Manager.
LotusAugust 14, 1999 interview
June 27, 1998 Show:
Office Suites for the Millennium Guest:
Check out ' most recent offering for SmartSuite. Ready for the new millennium, Lotus has made the most of integrating all of their office products to work in a team environment. Penny Scharfman from Lotus and Heidi Votar from Fast Site go over how you can use this product to cut down the time and confusion found in team projects.
LotusJune 27, 1998 interview
November 22, 1997 Show:
Voice Dictation and Office Suites Guest:
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