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    Hi all. I have Office 2007 here on my work machine at home. I work for a university from home, which is all kinds of handy for me and my family, but I cannot the functionality I've read about online for video conferencing integrated into MS Office ProPlus 2007. I know I could just get Skype, (I've never used any by the way with my webcam) and use that or something similar, but the folks I want to connect with I'd rather minimize software installations beyond what they already have - and we all have the same version of Office running on XP Pro SP3.

    Any input will be well appreciated.

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    Can you video chat using AIM?
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    Skype is your best bet,trying to use office is beyond there abilities to conference if skype is going to be an issue to install..
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    I can't remember if AIM does it, but MSN Messenger certainly allows for video/voice chat. And, unlike AIM, there's a good chance MSN Messenger's already installed on all of those systems.
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