Office 2010 will also use JumpLists in Windows 7

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Long Zheng posted a few blurry screenshots of Office 2010 a couple of days ago from a TechEd 2009 keynote. Here’s another one from Techradar who have posted a first look at Office 2010, covering the many upcoming changes in Outlook. This screenshot shows Outlook making use of Windows 7’s Jumplists which shortcuts to create a new email message, appointment, contact or a task. The taskbar button also shows when new mail is available just like Windows Live Mail does now.

Techradar also writes that the Technical Preview of Office 2010 wont be available until July, so it seems like there are still a couple of months to go for the first beta to roll out. Office 2010 has been in the news in the past few days but I would like to see more news about Office Web Applications now. Anyhow, it’s gearing up to be an excellent upgrade and I can’t wait to get my hands on it.

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