Microsoft Office 2010 Engineering

The official blog of the Microsoft Office product development group

September, 2009

  • Helping You Recover Your Work in Office 2010

    My name is Nitie and I work in the Office Reliability Team. My team's goal is to improve Office reliability and your experience using our software. When thinking about how we can improve Office, we usually aim to make the product do exactly what you ask...
  • Trusted Documents

    Hi, my name is Maithili Dandige. I am a Program Manager at Microsoft working in the Office Security team. For this release, I’ve worked on several security and privacy-related features such as Office File Validation, Recommended Settings, improvements...
  • Data Visualization Features in Excel 2010

    The Excel team has made several improvements in the data visualization area for Excel 2010 and been posting lots of details on the Excel Team Blog . First off, the Excel team added a visualization that you can use to enhance your spreadsheets, sparklines...
  • Live Preview Paste - Get the Results You Want Quickly

    My name is Mirko Mandic and I am a Program Manager on the Office User Experience team. Today’s post is about the work we are doing in Office 2010 to improve the most frequently used Office command – Paste. Despite its usefulness, Paste doesn’t always...
  • Microsoft Office Backstage (Part 4 - The Help Tab)

    Hi, my name is Justin S. Davis, and I am a Program Manager on the Office Product Lifecycle Engineering Excellence (PLEX) team. Clay, Jon, and Marina from the Office User Experience team have already introduced you to the Microsoft Office Backstage View...
  • Disappearing Comments?

    We ’ ve recently heard that over the past several weeks many of you have tried to post comments on this blog that never appeared . We ’ re working hard with support folks to track down why this is happening. In the meantime i f you make a comment...
  • Office Web Apps Coming to Windows Live

    Today is a great day for the Office 2010 team!. As Nick Simons posts on the Office Web Apps blog : We are making available Excel, Word and PowerPoint Web Apps for a select group of Windows Live users as part of the Office Web Apps Technical Preview...