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World exclusive The Great Stan of Software's latest Office offering, Office 2000, is set to launch worldwide in two week’s time, according to occasionally reliable sources in the UK. Last week, Paul Otellini, senior VP at Intel US, confessed he did not not know when the software would eventually come out. With a bit of luck, the full story will follow on ZDNet UK. In two week's time. We have had the full shrink-wrapped version in our Office 2000 for two weeks. Maybe tomorrow we'll scan in what it looks like. ® Want to find out more? Email Peter V. Sherriff. This weekend, we will post Pete's photo, for all those people who have been wondering who he, and Daisy are.

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