Microsoft Office 2010

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Office is one of the best products ever released by Microsoft and it can even be considered as a must-have for millions of users out there. The Redmond-based software giant has continuously improved its Office suite, so it currently comes with a very attractive interface that keeps features a bit more organized, so that users can now benefit easier from its innovative functions.

Installing Microsoft Office might seem a little tricky, since there are a lot of tools bundled into the installation kit, so computer knowledge can come in handy when trying to deploy a fresh copy of the software. Also, copying all files usually takes a while, even in the case of fast computers, since there are a lot of files that need to be transferred on the hard disks.

Those who have not used an office suite before, be it Microsoft Office, Open Office or any other similar software, need to take the time to adjust to the interface. At the first glance, due to the well-known ribbon interface, the app might seem familiar.

However, upon further analysis, one can find components or functions with every mouse click, and this might seem confusing if users do not know exactly the tool they require. Experimenting with the suite is necessary to ensure smooth operation in the future.

Microsoft Office comes with several tools, as it follows: Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Word, Access, Info-path, One Note, Project, SharePoint Designer and Vision. Each of these can be installed separately or together with some other utilities that can make ease office work.


Excel is ideal for creating spreadsheets and keeping track of one's finance, Outlook is the right tool to manage email, PowerPoint generates high-quality presentations, Word can be used to format and organize texts, Access is a database management system, Info-path facilitates creation and distribution of electronic forms, whereas One Note supports mufti-user collaboration and Project, SharePoint Designer and Visio come in handy to developers.

All the functions of Microsoft Office can be tested through the 60-day trial period, and if the results are satisfactory, a license needs to be purchased.


 Access 2010 SP1:

· Access 2010 SP1 adds a new feature to integrate community content in the Application Parts gallery.

· Fixes an issue that occurs when you try to export an Access file to an Excel workbook.

· Improves the performance when publishing client forms from Access that contains embedded images

Excel 2010 SP1:

· Improves the overall stability, performance and backward compatibility with earlier versions by addressing bugs that affect lots of users. For specific bugs fixes, download the "Microsoft Office 2010 Service Pack 1 Changes" workbook discussed later in this article.

· Function names now maintain backward compatibility with earlier versions of Excel for the Czech, Dutch, Danish, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, and Turkish languages.

OneNote 2010 SP1:

· Added a new Open from web option that is located under the File Open menu. This enables you to open OneNote notebooks from Windows Live SkyDrive.

· The Web option and the Network


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