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Monday, June 14, 2010

Microsoft Office 2010 Review

The world has distorted excess since Microsoft introduced Office 2007. In that time, Google has become a main player, with its suite of online tools, and even Apple has made inroads with its iWork office suite, though admittedly within a minor set of computer users. Even with the vast user base of Microsoft Office products, with new competitors in the market, Microsoft Office 2010 wanted to be good. Playing catch-up and looking onward concurrently, Microsoft tries, in Office 2010, to remain the mid hub of your working life, letting you use your PC, smartphone and the web to make your projects come together extra professionally.
It's true: each application in the suite has been better and tweaked in an attempt to build your busy days more competent, but you'll require to be set for a knowledge coil to get familiar to Office 2010's changes.
This inform isn't for everybody; if you're a power user who has a exact way you like to do things and want all the same functionality as an older version of Microsoft Office, then you can perhaps obtain by on an older version. Just like with Office 2007, however, Office 2003 or earlier versions of the suite will require adaptation tools to open many of the now defaulting Open XML file types. But if you are ready to try out new time-saving skin and are willing to spend some time knowledge where all is, we think you will be pleased about this major update. Still new users of output suites and students looking for a solid set of output apps will advantage from the new features in Office 2010 — and certainly the Academic licence is more than reasonable for what you get.
Single of the main new changes to the suite is the capability to work together and share your work using web apps. You can work together using web apps over your SkyDrive (25GB of available online storage) on Windows Live. You may also be able to work together with a co-worker using a slimmed down Facebook-connected version of the web apps; however, Microsoft legislature explained to us that the Facebook-connected version we saw in the company display is only a pilot program to trial social media features. As is, having two ways to fix seems a bit mystifying to us, but we'll set aside judgement awaiting the bugs are ironed out.

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