I've noticed quite often that people in different Microsoft Office product teams are rather blinkered. They know a lot about their own product but often don't know much about other products grouped as part of the Microsoft Office range.
This often becomes apparent when you look at KB Articles for an Office product. They will carefully list all the versions of their own product that it affects, but then - despite having another Office product mentioned in the Title and/or text - they won't bother in the same Applies To section to mention that other product.
A case in mind is the following Access KB Article which as the Applies To section says is for Access 2007 and Access 2010 (and that's all).
(This comment of mine is about ver 1.0 dated 11th May 2012. I've informed them of the problem and the KB article may have been corrected by the time you see this.)
The title of this KB article is
"Access: Errors Publishing or Exporting to SharePoint when Attachment File Name is Invalid"
and the text of the article talks only about "SharePoint" too.
Clearly anyone reading the article needs to know which SharePoint product(s) can be affected by this problem. Equally clearly the (Access specialist) writers of the article couldn't be bothered to say.