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Office 2010 is now available on MSDN & TechNet

April 23, 2010 Leave a comment

Office 2010

Microsoft Office 2010 is NOW AVAILABLE on MSDN & Technet!!

The Office 2010 is now made available to all MSDN and Technet subscribers today. As for now, the following version of Office 2010 is available to download:

  1. Office Professional Plus 2010 (x86 and x64)
    This suite includes Excel 2010, OneNote 2010, PowerPoint 2010, Word 2010, Outlook 2010, Publisher 2010, Access 2010, Communicator 2010, InfoPath 2010 and SharePoint Workspace 2010
  2. Project Professional 2010 & Project Standard 2010 (x86 and x64)
  3. Visio 2010 Standard, Professional, and Premium (x86 and x64)
  4. Office Web Apps (x64)
  5. Share Point Server 2010 (x64)

Note: Currently there is only 1 key available for all the suites and programs above. More keys will be made available on 4/30

If you are a MSDN or Technet subscribers, what are you waiting for? Start downloading now!!

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Microsoft Office 2010 Beta is here

November 19, 2009 Leave a comment


Office 2010 BETA is Available NOW!!!

Microsoft Office 2010 Beta is released to public today. With this release of Office 2010 Beta, it marks the end of the Technical Preview program. Thanks to all who have participated in the Technical Preview program. You can DOWNLOAD it at

What’s New in Office 2010 Beta?

Top 10 Benefits of Office 2010 Beta

1 Express your ideas more visually
Office 2010 opens up a world of design options to help you give life to your ideas. The new and improved picture formatting tools such as color saturation and artistic effects let you transform your document visuals into a work of art. Combined with a wide range of new pre-built Office themes and SmartArt® graphic layouts, Office 2010 gives you more ways to make your ideas stick.

2 Accomplish more when working together
Brainstorm ideas, provide better version control, and meet deadlines faster when you work in groups. The co-authoring experience for Microsoft® Word 2010, Microsoft PowerPoint 2010, Microsoft® Excel Web App and Microsoft OneNote shared notebooks let you work on a file with several people at once – even from different locations.2

3 Enjoy the familiar Office experience from more locations and more devices
With Office 2010, you can get things done more easily, from more locations and more devices. Using a smartphone or virtually any computer with an Internet connection, you can work when and where you want to work.

Microsoft Office Web Apps
Extend your Office 2010 experience to the Web. Store your Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote files online and then access, view, edit, and share content through the web.

Microsoft Office Mobile 2010
Stay current and respond quickly using enhanced mobile versions of Office 2010 applications, specifically suited to your Windows Mobile-based smartphone.

4 Create powerful data insights and visuals
Track and highlight important trends with new data analysis and visualization features in Excel 2010. The new Sparklines feature delivers a clear and compact visual representation of your data with small charts within worksheet cells. Filter and segment your PivotTable data in multiple layers using Slicers to spend more time analyzing and less time formatting.

5 Deliver compelling presentations
Captivate your audience with personalized videos in your presentation. Insert and customize videos directly in PowerPoint 2010—trim, add fades and effects, or bookmark key points in the video to call attention to selected scenes. Videos you insert are now embedded by default, relieving you from managing and sending additional video files.

6 Manage large volumes of email with ease
Compress your long email threads into a few conversations that can be categorized, filed, ignored, or cleaned up. The new Quick Steps feature let you perform multi-command tasks, such as reply and delete an email in a single click, saving you time and in-box space.

7 Store and track all your ideas and notes in one place
Get the ultimate digital notebook for tracking, organizing, and sharing your text, picture, video and audio notes with OneNote 2010. New features such as version tracking, automatic highlighting, and Linked Notes give you more control over your notes so you’re always on top of where your ideas came from and the latest changes when working in teams.

8 Get your message out instantly
Broadcast your PowerPoint presentation to a remote audience, whether or not they have PowerPoint installed.5 The new Broadcast Slide Show feature allows you to share your presentation through a web browser quickly without additional set up.

9 Get things done faster and easier
Microsoft Office Backstage™ view replaces the traditional File menu to give you a centralized space for all of your file management tasks, such as the ability to save, share, print, and publish. The enhanced Ribbon across Office 2010 applications lets you access commands quickly and customize tabs to personalize the experience to your work style.

10 Access work across devices and platforms
Enjoy the freedom of using Office 2010 from more locations on more devices. When you use Microsoft® Office 2010, you’re getting the familiar and intuitive Office experience across PCs, Smartphones, and Web browsers on the go.


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Microsoft Office 2010

May 24, 2009 Leave a comment
The next version of Microsoft Office is Microsoft Office 2010. This version of Microsoft Office is currently in Technical Preview version. There is no beta version released to the public. This technical preview is only available to invited people only. They have also created a preview movie for it. Click below to watch it.


Also for anyone who’s looking into testing the new Office 2010 can sign up for the technical preview. Here’s some explanation about the technical preview.

The Microsoft Office 2010 Technical Preview is a limited, invitation only program which will provide you with the opportunity to experience early, pre-release versions of Office 2010 which will include the following applications:  Word 2010, Excel 2010, Outlook 2010, PowerPoint 2010, OneNote 2010, Access 2010, InfoPath 2010 and Publisher 2010.

By registering you are signing up to be considered for the Technical Preview Program, you will be waitlisted for consideration to be invited into the Technical Preview Program. We will notify invitees in early to mid July.

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