June 1, 2023


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Microsoft Copilot could fix a long-running Office problem

Disclosure: Microsoft is a client of the author.

In a sense, Microsoft Office and I grew up in this industry together. We both entered tech at around the same time, and I was one of its first users — when it had a problem that continues to plague it.

Office was largely built through acquisition, and as a result, it has often suffered from a lack of integration and consistency. While its  various parts have grown more similar over the years, even now, I could argue, they aren’t as integrated as Lotus Symphony was because Symphony’s parts came from the same code base. 

Integration gives you the ability to have a single interface in a product. You get the individual components necessary to either do a focused project (like a spreadsheet) or a blended document (more like a report) that includes pictures and data that are all updated automatically when new information comes in. 

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