Posts tagged Office 2010
Attention all Office 2010 Beta users, the Beta version of your favorite Microsoft Office Suite is nearing its expiry date. The Beta version of the sensational Office 2010 will expire come Halloween which of course is 31th October.
As many of you know, Office 2010 has gone live. One product which has definitely got my attention and has me excited is Outlook 2010. To show my love to the latest version of the email client, I have come up with five reasons why you should give the email management tool a try. Reasons listed after the jump.
For those who forgot, 15th June has arrived. Besides the iPhone pre-order day, it also happens to be the day on which Office 2010 was slated to go live and that’s what precisely has happened. Yes, that’s right the latest version of Microsoft’s high revenue generating product which we all know as Office is available for sale.
I don’t know about you but I have always liked using sticky notes with Windows 7 for reasons I am sure you smart folks can easily understand. Recently I started using Outlook 2010 a lot and out of my curiosity I wondered if there was a way to use sticky notes with Office 2010’s sexy looking email management client? I can tell you this – Yes, it is possible to use sticky notes with the cool looking Outlook. Find out how after the jump.
Do you know what date it is today? It is f8, the Facebook developer conference day. And as expected, the conference has been full of announcements.The social network in collaboration with Microsoft has launched Docs.com. Docs.com is an online version of Office 2010 or in other words is similar to Office 2010 Web apps.
Want to know how the trip and response has been for Office 2010 Beta since its launch? Well, let’s just say it has experienced one of most successful runs and promises better things once the final version is released and people start purchasing it. Ok here it is, more than 7.5 million copies of the beta version of Office 2010 have been downloaded by the general public. What does that mean? The upcoming version is definitely the Office suite to have.
Guess what Office 2010 did today? It reached the Release to Manufacturing (RTM)milestone. What that means is that the development process has come to an end and Microsoft’s premium suite of Office products are ready for the prime time.
Businesses and organizations love and use Microsoft’s premium range of Office products to fulfill their daily business needs. Microsoft recognizes this very fact and as a result has decided to roll out their next iteration of Office, Office 2010 for business users in May. 12 May is the date that the interested business users should set their calendars to.