Classic Menu for Visio 2010 2.00
One may find that the new ribbon-style interface of Microsoft Visio 2010 puts all the users who were accustomed to Microsoft Visio 2003/2007 into a fair amount of confusion.
A well-designed application, Classic Menu for Microsoft Visio 2010, comes to solve the problem. The application helps bring back the classic-style of Microsoft Visio 2003 and 2007 interface with all the new features of Microsoft Visio 2010, which allows users to seamlessly switch between the two interfaces. The software allows you to work with Visio 2010 as if it were Visio 2003/2007. It shows the familiar classic menus and toolbars on the ribbon in Microsoft Visio 2010. If you were using Visio 2003/2007/XP/2000 before, you don't need any trainings or tutorials after upgrading to Microsoft Visio 2010 with this add-in now. All classic menu items are well displayed as a group in the tool bar of the Ribbon, while all new features and commands of Microsoft Visio 2010 are added to the classic style interface. Classic Menu for Microsoft Visio 2010 is ideal for international organizations as it supports all the languages of Microsoft Visio 2010 including English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, Dutch, Chinese, and more. It automatically shows the menus and toolbars in the language of your Microsoft Office 2010. Fully compatible with Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Vista, Vista x64, XP, XP x64, Windows 2003 Server and 2008 Server. You can enable or disable the classic menu and toolbar in an easy way. And the Classic Menu Manage center can help you quickly configure the setting. Easy install and uninstall. Easy to show or hide tabs of Ribbon. The Visio 2010 build-in tabs and groups on the ribbon are available at all times. The Classic Menu for Microsoft Visio 2010 is very stable and strong.
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