Microsoft Office 2010

Posted by on Oct 11, 2011 in Microsoft | 0 comments

Pending the sale open to all in June, companies worldwide have available by Tuesday evening the new 2010 Microsoft Office suite that has important innovations in the past.
The biggest news of Microsoft Office 2010 is the ability to share their documents online and also from any computer or mobile device.
Other additions / improvements of the Office 2010 suite are the ability to directly photo editing in Word and PowerPoint into video, the opportunity to group emails in Outlook to sequence in a single conversation with all the answers initial mail and especially the full integration with social networks through Social Outlook Connector that integrates the application with Windows Live, Facebook, MySpace and LinkedIn.
The interface of Microsoft Office 2010 is based on the ribbon across the top bar by which we visually group all the functions of programs to prevent dispersal, among the most interesting changes can also save documents in OpenOffice.
Office 2010 will be sold in three versions: Home and Student which will cost $ 149 and will include Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote, Home and Business will cost $ 279 and will have more Outlook 2010 Professional will cost $ 499 and will integrate Microsoft Publisher and Access. The products will be purchased is in a package complete with digital-only version of the product key card that will save the standard version.
At these prices you add a special offer valid until September 30, 2010: buying Office 2007, you will be entitled to free download of Office 2010, resulting in two licenses to use the price of a single pack.
Since Microsoft has officially launched the challenge to Google, it has responded by posting on his blog a chart comparing Google Docs to older versions of Office 2003/2007 users to switch calling Google Docs.

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Full Desktop Version of Google Docs Now Available for iPad

Posted by on Jun 22, 2011 in Google | 0 comments

We told you about the newly updated mobile version of Google Docs for iPad not too long ago. Now, Google has announced that the full desktop version of the web-based Microsoft Word alternative is available for use on iPad, along with the mobile version.

While Google is recommending that users utilize the mobile version, which has been specifically designed to make for the best experience on the device, the full version will allow you to do more advanced editing such as alignment and font edits. Creation of spreadsheets is also reportedly a much smoother experience with the full version, as shown in the image below.

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