Sep 21 2011
Appeared on the network technology preview of Microsoft Office 2010, originally we thought thatthis is a very basic version, but did not think this version is quite molding, usecompletely normal, and today Microsoft also released the latest Beta version, which anenhanced version of the function is not much, because the previous version has beenthe relative shape, the core of this improvement on the Ribbon UI.
Office User Experience team director Marina project, said yesterday that, Office 2010′sopen Beta test versions will be released later in the fall, since the technology previewversion has been provided by the Office team received a lot of feedback and Office 2010 Beta functions in the Backstage View for the interface improvements. Here’s a look at technology preview version of Office 2010 Beta version to these interface improvements, but cautioned that the Marina, in the Beta is still not released until the following screenshots may change, the current is not finalized.
Before the Office in the File menu button and icons used in the Office Ribbon UI, andother different, which makes a lot of people mistakenly think it is just a decoration rather than a function button in the Office 2010 Beta from the text to replace it, and other same function.
Backstage View of removing the ”back” button, the other Ribbon label is always displayed. BackStage View command button to the left of the fast was reorganized asthe “Save” “Save As”, “open”, “Close” command will no longer appear in the Info in the.
Office 2010 Professional supports the Quick Access Toolbar to add commands, you can add the Quick Access Toolbar ”Open Recent File”, then click on the Quick Access Toolbarbutton in the Backstage View of a direct view of the recently used documents .
Backstage View you can also directly in the left navigation panel to add some frequently used documents, in a recent document tags to add a new feature, users can customize the display in the panel’s most recent documentation. Office 2010 Beta also supportsuse the keyboard shortcut to open a recent document, shortcut keys for the Alt + F +1 (or 2, 3, etc.).