Key Improvements In Service Pack 2 (Part 2)
Here are some key areas of improvements that are part of Service Pack 2 for Microsoft Office 2007.
Microsoft Office Outlook
- Performance improvements that apply to the following general responsiveness areas:
- Removes lengthy operations from initial startup.
- Makes Outlook exit predictably despite pending activities.
- Folder View and Switch
- Improves view rendering and folder switching.
- Calendar improvements
- Improves underlying data structures and the general reliability of calendar updates.
- Data file checks
- Greatly reduces the number of scenarios in which you receive the following error message when you start Outlook :
The data file 'file name' was not closed properly. This file is being checked for problems.
- Search reliability
- Improves search reliability when you use SP2 with Windows Desktop Search 4.
- Improvements to Really Simple Syndication (RSS)
- There are now fewer duplicated items.
- Object Model improvements
- Now contains many customer-driven fixes.
Microsoft Office PowerPoint
- Improves the control of shape editing while you are zoomed in.
- Provides faster file resaves.
- Improves image quality after files are saved in the .jpeg, .png, and .gif formats.
- Provides better text representation when the representation is saved in earlier PowerPoint formats.
- Fixes several printer-specific problems.
- Provides better compatibility with Explorer preview in Windows Vista.
- Provides fuller integration of the Microsoft Office Excel Chart Object Model.
Microsoft Office Publisher
- Improves the printing of double-sided postcards and small booklets.
- Fixes issues in print preview, in HTML layout of grouped objects in Internet Explorer 8, in tab-stop, in e-mail, in content library, and in Design Checker.
Microsoft Office Word
- Improves the fidelity of .pdf and .xps output.
- Improves Outlook performance.
- Provides fuller integration of the Office Excel Chart Object Model.
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