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Windows Vista Tips & Tricks Website

There’s a new site by Microsoft (or rather, a Microsoft agency) that provides a bunch of files of tips and tricks for Windows Vista. All the tips are in PDF, DOC and PPT format, and if that bothers you, click onto this Google search for Google-provided HTML translations.

My favorite tip from Windows Vista Top 10 Tips & Tricks list:

Create an XPS Document.
XPS Documents are a new archiving format perfect for preserving content and for securely sharing information in an application independent way. To create an XPS Document, open any document in virtually any application, and select the print option. In the printer selection menu, choose “Microsoft XPS Document Writer”, and save the file. Double click on the file, which should open it in the XPS Viewer, which is hosted by Internet Explorer 7. The XPS Document is a pixel perfect rendition of the original source material.

That actually is really, really cool. I’ll use that.
(via Keith Combs)

October 26th, 2006 Posted by Nathan Weinberg | Vista, Windows, General | no comments



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