If anyone wants some fun on Microsoft Excel 2000 there are 2 games inside!
Hidden game 1.
Open a new workbook.
Type X2000:L2000 (No Spaces)
Hold Down CTRL + SHIFT and click on Chart Wizard (Located on the toolbar)
Enjoy the show.
1. Open up a book in Excel 2000
2. Go to 'File' Then 'Save as Web Page'
3. Select 'Republish' then 'Add interactivity'
4. Open up Internet Explorer
5. Go to 'Open' and open the book
6. Choose the 'Open as Folder" option
7. Highlight row 2000 and position the dark box around row 2000 column WC while row 2000 is selected
9. Press and hold Alt-Ctrl-Shift
10. With a mouse, click on the coloured jigsaw icon on the top left-hand side.
11. A racing game then launches
Pressing the Space Bar Will Fire Bulletts
Pressing O Will Generate Oil Slicks
Pressing H Will Toggle Headlights
Pressing Esc Will Exit.
When it comes to Microsoft Office documents, there is often a lot more in them than meets the eye. Most people don't realize that when two or more people collaborate on a Word, Excel, or PowerPoint document, hidden information--such as deleted text, names of authors, and revision marks--are sometimes unintentionally left in final drafts. This is known as metadata and is embedded in Microsoft Office files.
You have all been warned!
and Microsoft Office = teh Evil
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