Looking for Office XP Easter Eggs, then you’re in the right place. Windows XP Easter Eggs are hard to find because a court ruled that Microsoft is forbidden from including any undocumented features with Windows XP, such as Easter eggs. Office XP Easter Eggs are also included in this ruling.
Think you found Office XP Easter Eggs or better yet, a Windows Vista Easter Egg? Then please let us know what you found and may end up publishing it for everyone to see! Yup, them there XP Easter Eggs are hard to find and they say none exist in Windows Vista – can you prove them wrong?
Office XP Easter Eggs listed below
Well, at least examples that do not qualify as a Windows Vista or XP Easter Egg; the first example is a function built for quickly filling up space with text and helps with testing. Microsoft states the code below is a tool.
Open a blank Word document, Type ‘=rand(200,99)’, press Enter and wait for 30 seconds.
The next, and second example does not fall into the Office XP Easter Egg category and is simply a file that was left over, perhaps for testing. The file is located in ‘C:\WINDOWS\” and appears after the last folder. The file is named ‘0’ and when opened, is blank.
Some speculate that this file was, and can be, used to hide files, very large files in fact! There is a known issue with NTFS Recovery that even the top technicians seem to have forgotten about.
Office XP Easter Eggs
They just don’t seem to exist, but remember, if you find one, let us know and we’ll may post it for others to see as well, with full credit to you of course.
Before you submit a Windows Vista Easter Egg or XP egg, please try to verify it on another computer before you send us the information.