Closer look at Office 2007

Posted on Sunday, Oct 15 2006 @ 03:23 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
ComputerWorld published their thoughts on Office 2007.
The overriding design goal for the new user interface, Microsoft says, is to make it easier for users "to find and use the full range of features these applications provide" while preserving "an uncluttered workspace that reduces distraction for users so they can spend more time and energy focused on their work." The redesign makes most Office 2007 applications look completely fresh, clean, new -- and more colorful. From Ribbons that offer clearly labeled buttons to thumbnail previews of most graphic features, the applications bear only a slight resemblance to their former selves.
Check out the full article over here.


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