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Within this Boggle grid are the names of the members of a family. The unused letters will reveal the name of the original head honcho.

BEVIIL  
RDRPIL  
OWENOG  
PNAXTU  
TKCELS  
ESOOAM  

To make a word in Boggle, connect at least three letters horizontally, vertically, or diagonally, without using the same letter (e.g. the bottom left "E") twice.

Markdown transcription:

B E V I I L
R D R P I L
O W E N O G
P N A X T U
T K C E L S
E S O O A M
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  • $\begingroup$ Would you mind an edit converting the code-formatted grid of letters to a Markdown table? $\endgroup$ – bobble 2 days ago
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    $\begingroup$ Adding a Markdown transcription, while leaving the code grid, probably couldn't hurt $\endgroup$ – bobble 2 days ago
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    $\begingroup$ @bobble IMO there is no need to add markdown to every single post you see. I understand this is your preference, but I fear it does not always help. $\endgroup$ – Andrew Savinykh yesterday
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    $\begingroup$ @AndrewSavinykh I suffer from diplopia and visual impairments, and often use screen reading to parse posts. On these occasions, I literally cannot read a table unless it is in Markdown, so a lot of posts become completely inaccessible to me. Bobble's conversion work is a godsend. Please try to remember not every site user is visual. $\endgroup$ – Sciborg yesterday
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    $\begingroup$ @samm82 No worries! <3 $\endgroup$ – Sciborg yesterday
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The 'family' here comprises:

Programs and services offered by Microsoft (and which are commonly used in the workplace - satisfying the title).

The members present in the grid are:

PowerPoint, Word, Excel, Teams, Outlook, OneNote, and OneDrive - 7 in total.

Like so:

Solved Boggle grids

And the unused letters spell out:

BILL GATES - the co-founder ('original head honcho') of Microsoft!

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