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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Changes of Microsoft Office 2010

Microsoft Office 2010 is the newest version of the Microsoft productivity suite. It includes extended file compatibility, user interface updates, and a refined user experience. There are many new features/changes in Microsoft Office 2010, some of which are listed below.

* Backstage View

The most significant interface change is the File tab, which replaces the previous Office button in Office 2007. After you click the File tab, you will see the Backstage view. In Backstage view, you can open or save files, set permissions, define document properties, print or share documents, manage versions of files, etc. In this particular view, the document will preview automatically before printing.

* Paste Preview

The Paste Preview is a new copy and paste feature that comes with Office 2010. You can now paste correctly the first time without having to go through the trial-and-error process. In addition, a newly designed Paste Options button (keyboard shortcut key is Ctrl) gives the options to keep source formatting, merge formatting, or to keep text only.

* Customizing the Ribbon

In Office 2010, Ribbon tabs can be customized or replaced with your own custom tabs. Through the Options menu in the Backstage view, you can easily create new tabs that bring together your favorite commands and groups. Existing tabs can also be customized to fit your needs.

* Photo Editing Tools

Also enhanced in Office 2010 are the photo editing tools, accessible via the Ribbon. Select a photo or picture you've placed in a document, and a Format tab will appear with tools for editing images in a variety of ways, including sharpening or softening, changing the contrast and color saturation, cropping, eliminating the background, and adding a variety of "artistic effects."

* Remove background of Images

It’s a Photoshop like feature-not as effective though-yet its a great help. With it you can directly remove the background of any picture. It is really good for simple backgrounds while a little untidy and time consuming for the complex ones.

* New Screenshots Feature

A new Screenshots command on the Inserts tab will allow you to capture and insert screenshots from any open application directly into Word, PowerPoint, or Excel.

* Improved Sharing and Collaboration

Now you can get more done when working in groups. The new co-authoring experience with Word 2010, PowerPoint 2010 and OneNote 2010 lets you work on a file with multiple people simultaneously from different locations. Co-authoring refers to the ability for multiple authors to edit a document, presentation, spreadsheet or notebook at the same time, allowing you to connect, share and accomplish more when working together.

Changes in Outlook

* Ribbon Interface

The Outlook interface has changed radically, with the addition of the full-blown Ribbon. This puts most functions within easy reach -- functions that previously you might have had to navigate through several sets of menus to find.
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