The new Microsoft Office 2010 has been released but many of us still waiting for the public response to this Office 2010. For you who has bought this MS Office 2010, you may need this ultimate guide for the new Office 2010. This guide contains essential parts of Microsoft Office 2010.
As of today, business customers can purchase Office 2010 including the usual office apps as well as Visio and Project. Consumers will need to wait a few more weeks. So, will the upgrade be worthwhile? Is there something really new? Or are Microsoft putting lipstick on a pig?
If you want to test the new Microsoft Office 2010 with all features unlocked, you can download this Microsoft Office 2010 Full Version for 60 days for free. This is a worthy upgrade to this Office 2010 version from any previous version. This Microsoft Office 2010 Full version has many new features and user interface.
With the MS Office 2010 released, it becomes a big and hot topic in both users and PC tech elites. More and more people are talking about whether MS Office 2010 is a worthwhile invention or enjoy undeserved fame？Well, let’s come into the discussion group and have a look.
Microsoft has announced Office 2013 and Office 365 pricing. Short term, customers could wind up confused between Microsoft’s new desktop and cloud services, The VAR Guy believes. But take a long-term view and you’ll see all Microsoft roads ultimately lead to Office 365. Here’s why.
Office 2013 is the successor to Office 2010.
CodeWeavers, through Josh Dubois, CrossOver product manager at CodeWeavers, proudly announced this morning in a press release that the CrossOver 11.2.0 software has been officially released for both Linux and Mac OS X platforms, bringing support for Microsoft Visio 2010 and Microsoft Project 2010.