Microsoft has released a Getting Started with Office 2010 Screensaver for Windows 7 and it is now available for download from the Downloads Center.
If you set it as your default screen saver, it will display tips on using Office 2010. Every tip is followed by a link to the Office website which details the tip should you require and additional information on it.
It’s a hefty 70MB download but definitely worth it. It requires Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0, which if you don’t have it installed on your computer, is another 50MB download. The screen saver will check if you have it installed and if not, prompt you to download and install it.
You can also configure it through the Settings. You can change the transparency or the time which the desktop notifications should appear.
Head over to the Microsoft Download Center if you plan to check it out.
You may also want to check out Office 2010 User Resources: Overview, Getting Started & New Features post for additional Office resources.
A nice idea. Maybe we can see one for Windows too!