The writers here on the Office Resource Kit are always on the lookout for new content to feature on our TechNet pages on www.officeitpro.com. Here’s what we’ve been up to the past couple weeks. We’d love to hear from you about these changes!
“Zoom in” on model posters
Want to see the details of a model poster without downloading it? Check out our new “Zoom in” functionality for our model posters. One example is the 64-bit considerations poster on our Compatibility page. Click Zoom in to view a high-resolution image of the poster that you can click and drag within your browser to view various parts of the image. We’ll be adding “zoom in” links to the rest of our model posters this week. The posters will of course be available in their downloadable format as well.
Here’s a list of zoomed-in posters for reference:
- 64-Bit Client Installation of Office 2010 http://zoom.it/ab8U#full
- Deploy language packs for Office 2010 http://zoom.it/f7oh#full
- Deployment options for Office 2010 http://zoom.it/HZUK#full
- Application virtualization for the mobile user http://zoom.it/Gmks#full
- Application virtualization delivery methods http://zoom.it/Ilh3#full
- Virtualization architecture overview (Office 2010) http://zoom.it/Pkg0#full
- Office 2010 volume activation http://zoom.it/SaTk#full
Access the latest Access 2010 Resources
Thank you to everyone who posted comments on our (Almost) everything you ever wanted to know about Access 2010 blog post. While we collect your feedback and start planning for new content, we’ve assembled some existing IT Pro resources for Access 2010 in a Access 2010 Resource Center on TechNet. What do you think of this format? Would you like to see similar pages for other Office 2010 applications like Outlook, Excel, etc.?
See the latest Office KBs and top solutions (and have them delivered to your inbox)
We’ve implemented two new RSS feeds for the most recent KBs and top solutions for Office suites. You can view these feeds from our Manage and Support pages as you’re browsing through Office TechNet content, or you can subscribe to the feed in Outlook.