Salient Features of Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010
Posted by mscheapsoftware on January 2nd, 2014
More popularly called Office 2010, the Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010 package is the successor to the 2007 version and a predecessor to Microsoft Office 2013. It debuted Office Web Apps, plus free versions (online) of Excel, Word, OneNote, and PowerPoint. The ‘Office Starter’ version replaces the home productivity software that used to be called ‘Microsoft Works.’ Over 200 million licenses of Office 2010 were sold in 2011.
You can also expect functional jump lists for easy access to tasks related to the application and recent items. Other features include ribbon interface, letter styling tools, a Word 2007 ‘Equation Editor’, SmartArt templates, improved image and text editing effects, live collaboration functions, and screen capture and clipping. Notably, PowerPoint 2010 now has new animations and transition tools, and Word 2010 features View Side by Side/Synchronous Scrolling technology. One of the most talked-about new features in Office 2010 is the Outlook Social Connector that enables users to stay updated with what’s going on in their social network right inside Microsoft Outlook. It supports Facebook, Windows Live Messenger, and LinkedIn.
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