Office 2010 review in pictures and video

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You can now modify the ribbon in Office applications with your own choice of tabs and commands

Source:  Microsoft

You can now modify the ribbon in Office applications with your own choice of tabs and commands

The previous release, Office 2007, introduced a chunky ribbon interface in place of menus, partly to improve usability – though some users still miss the menus – and partly, one suspects, to differentiate Office from rivals such as Open Office. Office 2010 is more of the same, with Outlook and Publisher now fully ribbon-enabled, but with a key difference: the ribbon can now be customised. A new right-click option lets you add or hide tabs and change the commands that appear on them, though the dialogue for doing so is somewhat ugly.

 

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