Introducing the Microsoft Office 2010 Upload Center

The Microsoft Office 2010 Upload Center is a tool that is included in Microsoft Office 2010. When you install Office 2010, the Microsoft Office Upload Center installs automatically.

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Microsoft Office Upload Center uses a feature known as Efficient File Transfer (EFT) to help reduce bandwidth usage between SharePoint 2010 and Office 2010 applications.

Upload center gives you a way to see the state of files you’re uploading to a server, in one location. When you upload a file to a web server, Microsoft first saves that file locally to the Office Document Cache before it starts the upload, which means that you can save changes and immediately continue working even when you are offline or have a bad network connection.

After installing Office 2010, you may see a small circular yellow icon in your Windows taskbar notification area. This is the Microsoft Office Upload Center icon. Clicking on it will launch the Upload Center.

Alternatively, you can also access it via Start Menu > Microsoft Office > Microsoft Office 2010 > Tools > Microsoft Office 2010 Upload Center.

Visit Office.com for more.

Thanks: Anand.

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