New Paper: Microsoft Access and Office 2010 Service Pack 2 (SP2) Enhnacements and Issues
Microsoft has released Service Pack 2 (SP2) for Microsoft Office 2010. It includes enhancements to Access, Excel, Groove, Office. Outlook, PowerPoint, Project, SharePoint, Visio, Word, and more.
Read our new paper listing:
- Links to the Download and List of Enhancements
- List of Updated Products
- Microsoft Access Enhancements and Fixes:
- Microsoft Access Object Issues
- Repair and Compact Issues
- Microsoft Excel Related Issues
- Access Web/SharePoint Issues
- Windows 8 64-bit Issue
- Runtime Version
- Known Issues from Microsoft
- A Confirmed Bug between MS Access 2010 and SharePoint 2013
- Additional Resources for Microsoft Office and Office 2010 SP1
Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint 2010 have a new feature that allows you to recover unsaved documents, even ones that you never saved. This expands on the Autosave feature that was available for years, but unlike earlier versions of MS Office, the automated backups are not deleted when you close your Office host. Additionally, multiple versions of your file are maintained, so that you can return to an earlier version of your document.
For more details, read our Mircosoft Office tip: Recover unsaved documents or return to an earlier version of your document in Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and Word 2010
Microsoft Office 2010 has a new feature that makes it easier than ever to insert screenshots into your documents. The Screenshot feature is available in MS Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Word 2010. On the Insert tab of the Ribbon, just click “Screenshot” and choose any of the windows that you have open:
For more details, read our Microsoft Office tip: Quickly Insert Screenshots in Microsoft Excel, Outlook, Powerpoint and Word 2010
A new feature in Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 allows you to broadcast slide shows to remote viewers over the web. All you need is a Windows Live ID. Microsoft provides a free Broadcast service, and creates the URL for you to share with your viewers. Just click File, Save & Send, Broadcast Slide Show, Broadcast Slide Show.
For more details, read our Microsoft PowerPoint tip: Broadcast Microsoft PowerPoint Slide Shows to Remote Viewers for Free using Windows Live ID