Easter Egg


A full-fledged game is hidden in the first release of Excel 2000. (It was removed in SR1 and SR2.) Follow these steps to access a racing game similar to Spy Hunter.
Open Excel 2000 with a blank worksheet.
Select File, Save as Web Page.
on the Save As dialog box, choose Selection: Sheet, check Add interactivity, and click Publish.
Click Publish in the 'Publish as Web Page' dialog box.
Close Excel, declining to save the worksheet.
Open Internet Explorer.
Choose File, Open, click Browse, and open the file you just saved.
Click in the spreadsheet, and hold Page Down to go to row 2000.
Click the gray header to select row 2000.
Use Tab to move the active cell pointer to cell WC2000.
Hold down Ctrl-Alt-Shift and click the Office logo in the upper left corner.
If you've come this far, congratulations! Use the arrow keys to navigate, the spacebar to fire, O to drop an oil slick, H to turn on your headlights, and Esc to quit playing.
Microsoft Word: Dummy Text
A simple programming language comes built into Microsoft Word. One Word Basic command can fill a page with dummy type.
Start a new document.
Type =rand(x) in which x is a number from 0 to 200.
Press Enter, and you'll see the sentence "The quick brown fox jumped over the fence" repeated five times per paragraph in x number of paragraphs.
Netscape: Book of Mozilla
We've saved our easiest Easter egg for last. Hidden inside Mozilla-derived browsers like Netscape is the "Book of Mozilla," chock-full of vaguely Biblical-sounding off-the-wall quotations. The quotation you'll see depends on the version of the browser you use.
Open Netscape or Mozilla.
Click the location box, or press Ctrl-L to bring up the location dialog box. Then type about:mozilla and press Enter.
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Microsoft Word XP SP2 на такую-же фразу выдает
х раз quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog.


А русский Word - "Съешь ещё этих мягких французских булок, да выпей чаю."
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