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Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Visio 2010 advantage With New Windows 7 features

Microsoft Suite released the public beta of Visio 2010, which has many refinements based on customer advice from the Technical sample. The mainly visible changes can be set up in the Backstage View. This area has been redesigned to feel more included with relax of Ribbon. As well there’re some visual updates. Saving files to SharePoint is also different in Visio 2010 Beta. Now saving to a SharePoint location, saving to a Visio Process Repository and publishing to Visio Services have been joint into a single place. You simply decide a location and then select whether to save out a standard Visio Drawing or a Visio Web Drawing. Coinciding with the release of Visio 2010 Beta, we are releasing the Beta version of Visio Services as part of Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Beta. You can download SharePoint 2010 Beta from MSDN. In addition we are releasing a Beta version of the Visio Software Development Kit, a download for solution developers..

This post explains Visio 2010 features that take advantage of new Windows 7, to make working with Visio documents even easier.
• Multiple Documents in Visio 2010 and the new Windows 7 Taskbar: Windows 7 taskbar presents a unified interface for launching and switching between apps and documents within them. With Windows 7 and Visio 2010, its now easier to work with multiple Visio documents at the same time. By clicking a thumbnail, you can switch directly to a specific Visio document.
• Dual Display Support: While Visio still displays multiple documents in the same app window, there’s a workaround to enable dual display support: launch two instances of Visio. You can do this in Windows 7 by launching Visio, and then right clicking Visio icon and clicking on “Microsoft Visio 2010” item, will launch a second instance of Visio.
• Multi Touch in Visio 2010: If you’ve a touch-enabled device, Windows 7 allows you to interact with your PC with your fingers. This feature, called Windows Touch, brings a set of gestures to the operating system that can be used in the OS and several applications.
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