Tuesday, 30 August 2011

Facebook Within Microsoft Excel Sheet






Nowadays
most of the schools, offices, colleges blocked the access to the
Facebook, Twitter and Orkut for the benefit of the students and company,
but if you but if you still want access the Facebook in Office read my
previous trick “
How To Access Blocked Websites Without Softwares From School Colleges Office” & today I am going to post one more trick called - ExcellBook (not really an Excel Sheet).








Excellbook is
an Adobe Air based application which you can use to browse Facebook at
work without being caught by your boss. The interface can be easily
mistaken for an MS Excel or Libre Spreadsheet.





How to Use Facebook Within Microsoft Excel Sheet 




This is essentially a desktop app so the first thing you will have to do is head over to the site and download it for either PC or Mac. To
get started, login to your Facebook account from the File menu and
allow access to Excelbook application from your Facebook account.













Once
done, you will be able to view your News Feed, Wall and Chat with
friends from the three available tab on the bottom of the interface. You
can even rename the sheet titles according to your liking to further
disguise the application.












So
now you can get all your important Facebook updates, while appearing to
work on a regular task. Since it is an Adobe Air based app, Excelbook
works with Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Mac and Linux based
operating systems.



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