Posts tagged Office 2010 Beta
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.
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.
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.
A new year means a new leakage of one of the Microsoft products. This time the focus is on none other than Microsoft’s premium product, Office 2010. A post Beta build of Office 2010 has been leaked and unleashed onto the Internet. The source of this news is none other than Wzor who has earned a reputation of bringing the latest leakage and rumor information. Did I just say rumor? Well, according to Wzor, Microsoft will be rolling out Office 2010 RTM in April. I repeat this is one that belongs to the rumor category.
By now, you would probably be aware of the fact that Office 2010 Beta is available for public download. Outlook 2010 is one of the interesting product of the ever impressive Office 2010 suite. The 2010 version of desktop mail client from Microsoft brings the much appreciated ribbon interface. But it turns out that it is not the only change it brings. Outlook 2010 brings with it other impressive changes and additions such as the Unified Messaging enhancement we shared with you earlier and more. In this post we will talk about Navigation Pane and the changes that have been made to it.
Microsoft has put on its thinking cap and has already started planning for the next version of Office , Office 15. Well this is a surprise, a pleasant one I must say. Microsoft Office 2010 Beta was revealed to the public during last month, but that has not stopped the IT giants to start thinking about the next version of its ever successful Office suite.
Microsoft during the last month’s PDC (short for Professional Developers conference) released a public beta of Office 2010. By now, many of you would have downloaded the recently launched Office 2010 Beta. Well we got exciting news for you, and it’s not about Office 2010 Beta for starters, even though it is related to Office 2010. Bruno Silva of livebetas has shared the leaked images of Office 2010 boxes from CentrumXP. And boy, are these box images mind blowing or what. (Box Images included below)
Microsoft Office 2010 Beta has reached a new milestone. The Beta of Office 2010 has been downloaded for more than 1 million times. Office 2010 Beta is currently being tested by more than 1 million testers and users.
It has been around one week since the launch of Office 2010 Beta. Microsoft hasn’t forgotten its vision of serving global users. I say this because Microsoft has launched Language Interface Pack (LIP) for Office 2010 Beta. LIP in simple words enables you to use and experience Office in their native language.
Language Interface Packs (LIP) enable you to change the user interface (UI) language for the Microsoft Office programs installed on your computer, as well as use a spell check dictionary and some proofing tools in the LIP language
It has been just a few days, less than a week since Microsoft announced the availability of Microsoft Office 2010 Beta for the general audience. By now, many users would have already downloaded the latest sensation from Microsoft Office family of products. One thing which every single user has to go through is, activating the Office 2010 Beta edition. So I thought, it would be useful to list out the steps that you need to activate your product.