Microsoft has recently published a very thorough set of MS Access 2010 resources to the TechNet site. Access has always been the part of the Office Suite that straddles the end-user/IT Professional fence. The resources on TechNet are definitely geared toward Access Developers rather than folks that might be using MS Access more casually.
In Part 1 of this series, we took a look at some of the new features that are common to all of the Office 2010 applications. In this post, we’ll take a closer look at some of the new features specific to Outlook 2010.
Of all the Office 2010 applications, none has changed more visually than Outlook. The main reason for this is that Outlook now (finally) shares the same Ribbon interface that the rest of Microsoft Office received in the 2007 version.
With every new release of Microsoft Office (or really any software product for that matter) users of a previous version ask themselves the question “should I upgrade?” And, as always, the answer is…it depends. I’ve collected a few of the new features of Office 2010 to hopefully help you make your decision. However, if you’re one of the many folks who didn’t move to Office 2007 because of the new Ribbon interface – you may want to seriously consider Office 2010. It corrects some of the confusion introduced by the Ribbon interface and adds quite a few useful new features as well. In this post, we’ll explore some of the new features that are common to most, if not all, of the Office 2010 applications.