I’ve posted this on LinkedIn before, but I couldn’t find it right away.
So a blogpost helps as external memory and should make it easier to find.
If you want to quickly fill a word document with intelligent rubbish. Type =lorem(p,l) P is the number of paragraphs you need, and l the number of lines.
There is more, also random text is possible, but full explanation is here: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/212251/how-to-insert-sample-text-into-a-document-in-word
And it still works in the O365/Office 2016 version…
Today I received some exciting news: I was re-awarded the Microsoft MVP award for Enterprise Mobility (Identity & Access).
“Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals, or MVPs, are technology experts who passionately share their knowledge with the community.”
It’s my 6th award since 2008 (with a break as Microsoft Employee from 2012 to 2016).
But what is more important: I couldn’t achieve this without the help of the Microsoft Community, more specific with the help of the highly motivated TechNet Wiki Ninja’s
To all who made this possible: thank you very much for supporting me.