200px-Microsoft_Office_2010_New_LogoMicrosoft is all set to launch Microsoft Office 2010 codenamed Office 14 an upgraded version of Microsoft Office 2007. Sources say that Office 2010 will be released in the second half of 2010. The new version will be available for Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista and Windows7. Microsoft has claimed that Office 2010 will be more role based than the previous versions. Many of the features incorporated will be tailor made keeping in mind the demands of various professionals and other work groups. Office Open XML standards will be implemented in the new 2010. Many new features will also be included in the new version. These include a built in screen capture tool, a tool which removes the background, smart art templates, document protected mode and author permissions. Office button is all set to be replaced by a new menu button which helps to view a full window file menu named the backstage view. this backstage view will give access to functions such as printing and sharing which are task oriented. Support for jump lists for Windows 7 is also provided. The ribbon interface is all set to be revamped. Technical testing of the application will begin by July. Microsoft is all set to compete with Google by offering Web based Office. All the applications will be available on offer with provisions for online sharing and editing. the launch will coincide with the launch of Office 2010.


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4 comments on “Microsoft Office 2010

  1. TheAnand on said:

    I heard that office 2010 is free.

  2. Jayakrishnan on said:

    Microsoft free?? You are kidding buddy Well what is free is the online version pitched against Google Docs.

  3. Outdoor Rugs on said:

    i use both open office and microsoft office and i would say that microsoft office is more responsive and user friendly .,-

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