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Microsoft Office 2010 The latest offering from Microsoft Office


									Microsoft Office 2010

The latest offering from Microsoft Office has more features and
enhancements over its predecessor and the beta version is available
for testing now. It is designed to deliver unified access across your
computer, phone, and anywhere you have web access. The other
interesting thing is that it comes in 32 and 64-bit version. Here we will
take an overview look at what the new apps will look like and some of
the new features you can expect. For this we are showing the 64-bit
version. This program is only in beta stage right now.


If you’re familiar with Office 2007, the installation experience is
virtually identical where you can choose the full or custom install.

As a helpful tip…if you choose custom install with any MS Office
version, you can control a lot of what you don’t want to be included.
As in this example where I’m not installing some foreign language
When you’re done with the installation you can go online for some
tips or just dive right in.
Word 2010

Word offers a lot of new enhancements with new tools and document
creation features. Some of the new things you can do is collaborate
on documents simultaneously, capture and insert screenshots directly
from Word, recover drafts of recent edited documents so work isn’t
lost, and a lot more.
Excel 2010

New enhancements in Excel include the ability to create mini charts
in a single cell, pivot table enhancement, and as with all of the apps,
access to your data from virtually anywhere.
PowerPoint 2010

The new PowerPoint version offers enhanced photo effects and
editing, enhanced video editing features, and access the projects
from anywhere there is a web connection.
Access 2010

For those who are database geeks, Access 2010 has several
enhancements as well. It allows you to build database templates,
share them, and build upon each other’s designs.
Outlook 2010

They have added several new features to Outlook like being able to
create and save custom commands, add dynamic graphics to
messages with tools that are included in Word and PowerPoint, and
the new Quick Steps feature.
Publisher 2010

If you are a Publisher user, you’ll like the expanded library of new
templates and photo editing tools.

Many of the apps have a File tab which is called Backstage View. It
replaces the Office Button and should allow for easier management.

In this beta, Microsoft wants your feedback and places icons on the
taskbar for positive and negative.

When you send a comment, a screenshot is taken of what you think
is cool or not cool about an Office 2010 feature.

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