Microsoft has released three security bulletins, covering 11 vulnerabilities, with one rated as Critical and the other two, as Important.
The first one is the MS10-087, which resolves five issues – one public and four private, affecting all currently supported Microsoft Office products.
This security update is rated Critical for Microsoft Office 2007 and Microsoft Office 2010, due to a preview pane vector in Outlook that could trigger the vulnerability when a customer views a specially crafted malicious RTF (Rich Text Format) file.
It is also rated Important for all supported editions of Microsoft Office XP, Microsoft Office 2003, Microsoft Office 2004 for Mac, Microsoft Office 2008 for Mac, and Microsoft Office for Mac 2011, as well as Open XML File Format Converter for Mac. More »
Now that Microsoft has made Office 2010 RTM available to the public, it falls on customers to make sure that their products are kept up to date.
But the Redmond company is making it extremely simple for end users and businesses that embraced the latest iteration of the Office productivity suite to find the Service Packs and CU updates for Office products.
Hosted on TechNet, the Update Center for Office makes it simple for customers to find the latest Service Pack, latest Public Update, latest Cumulative Update and general guidance for Office 2010.
At the same time, the online resources (Update Center for Microsoft Office, Office Servers, and Related Products) hosted on TechNet are not limited to Office 2010, but in fact cover all Office releases, as long as they are still supported by Microsoft. More »
I have been using office 2007 for sometime now and become quite used to the know how, features and tools location in Microsoft Word 2007.
With Office 2007 released the old classic menu layout which includes File | Edit | View and so on is replaced by the new web 2.0 tabbed ribbon interface which includes Home | Insert | Page Layout and so on.
But, I have seen lot of people wasting so much time to actually locate different features like Format ,Tool and Table etc which appears simply in the old classic word 2003 menu layout.
Let’s see how can you restore the old classic word 2003 menu layout in word 2007.
There is a small program called MS Word 2007 Ribbon to Old Classic Menu Toolbar Interface Software 7.0 which lets you apply the old classic menu layout in word 2007. More »