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Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010 (3 Users, PC)
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- Enjoy flexibility - now you can easily post your office documents online and access, share and edit them with office web apps. it's an ideal way to extend your office 2010 experience to the web
- work together - brainstorm ideas, share notes and work on documents with others simultaneously thanks to the new co-authoring tool in word, powerpoint and onenote
- find it on new backstage view - replaces the traditional file menu to give you one go-to spot to conveniently save, open and print documents. customise the tab commands to fit your individual needs so you can navigate tasks effortlessly
- programs you rely on - microsoft office 2010 is an industry standard offering the latest, innovative tools to make your documents richer and more informative
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- Platform: Windows XP / 7 / Vista
- Media: DVD-ROM
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Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010*--licensed for noncommercial use--includes:
• Microsoft Excel 2010
• Microsoft PowerPoint 2010
• Microsoft Word 2010
• Microsoft OneNote 2010
With Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010, you and your kids can create great schoolwork and home projects from multi-page bibliographies to multimedia presentations. Capture ideas and set them apart with video-editing features and dynamic text effects. Then easily collaborate with classmates without being face-to-face thanks to new Web Apps tools. The results go well beyond expectations with a little inspiration, a lot of creativity and Office Home and Student 2010.
Traditional Disc VersionThis version of Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010 includes the software on disc, with a product key. It is licensed for installation on three PCs in the same household.
For customers buying a PC who need Office for their new PC only, and don't need to upgrade other home PCs, a Product Key Card provides another way to purchase Office with a PC.
Capture Ideas and Set Them Apart
Find It on New Backstage View
Programs You Rely On
Included ProgramsEnjoy the same great features you know and love with Office and get some new ones when you upgrade to Office 2010.
Looking to stay connected?
Step up to Microsoft Office Home and Business 2010 and you'll get another helpful program--Outlook 2010. Now you can access projects, people and plans wherever your work takes you. Use efficient new email, calendar and social networking tools to manage your world from your PC, mobile phone or online.
Top Customer Reviews
If you have used Office 2007, the look of Office 2010 applications will be familiar. The most obvious change is that the Office button has gone, replaced by a new File tab just left of the Home tab. The File tab is where you'll find many document-related features, such as information (properties), recent files list, new document creation, sharing, help, and of course printing. All these features have been improved, though none more than the print feature, which has had a major overhaul. It is now easier to use. Its new layout has plenty of space to explain options, and it offers one of the best print-previews I have ever seen outside a professional DTP package.
The ribbon may now be customized. This takes a bit of fiddling, but it is quite easy if you take a moment to watch one of the tutorials on Microsoft's website. This enables you to add any command you like to the ribbon, including macros.
Some of the new text effects in Word are cool-looking but not especially useful to commercial authors. For example, reflections under headings look nice, but nobody would seriously entertain using them in a business presentation or a user guide. However, they do offer some fun design options for informal documents.
PDF-making is now built-in. It used to be available only as a free download (due to a spat between Microsoft and Adobe). The PDFs it makes are acceptable but lack the quality and features of Adobe PDF offerings.Read more ›
It takes quite a long time to install what, on the face of it, is 4 programs, but in reality is all the programs in Office Professional 2010. The additional programs are trial versions which you can convert to full versions by buying the appropriate overpriced Product Key. The problem is that you cannot have two Microsoft Outlooks running together and I found that my Outlook 2007 had been replaced by a trial version of Outlook 2010 which, if I had kept it, I would have had to pay for at the end of the trial period. I did a System Restore to get rid of Office H&S 2010 and re-installed it. This second time, I noticed that the Customize dialog box has 4 tabs and, although on the first tab you can select to keep previous versions of Office, you need to go to the second tab to instruct it not to install Outlook 2010 and any other of the trial programs you don't want.
Why is it that so many things these days have a catch? I can find no information on the packaging or in the Quick Start leaflet in the box that the entire Office Professional 2010 suite would be installed.
I haven't yet had time to make a full comparison of Excel, Word and PowerPoint 2010 v 2007 (I'm not interested in OneNote) but initial impressions are that the tweaks are minor and that, if you're happy with Office 2007, you probably don't need to waste your cash on Office 2010.
. You may have to store your existing files under a different name once you have opened them in 2010 to get a change of file type. It depends on what version of office you are migrating from but this is no hardship.
However be very careful with the installation I accidentally loaded the trial of the full version (professional) and had a troublesome period backing it out.
The default install option for Office 2010 Home and Student assumes you want to upgrade the WHOLE package. Mr Ballmer, if I'd wanted the full package I would have BOUGHT the full package. The end result, on the first attempt, is that - as you'd expect - Word, Excel and PowerPoint are upgraded to the new versions. Very disquietingly though, Outlook 2007 is removed and you are, very generously (not!), offered a "free" 30-day trial of Outlook 2010.
Now, imagine, though you probably don't have to, how important most people's e-mail software is to them: work, photos, silly attachments, love letters, whatever. Now imagine how ****ing furious you would be to discover that nice friendly Microsoft has removed this for you without even asking or so much as hinting! OK, OK not gone for good, maybe, but I have used PCs since the days of MS-DOS and although I was never a whizz, I know my way around. I also know the stomach-churning "Oh ****, I've accidentally erased the contents of my hard drive" feeling and momentarily, this Office installation software gives you that same sensation. I can only presume the intention is to make you feel like an inferior being for not having purchased the full upgrade.
Anyway, I had to go back to square one and, for the first time in my life EVER, run a custom install. Easy enough - you might think but even that's not straightforward.Read more ›
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We needed 2010 (instead of upgrading to 2016) because I have a number of audio visual shows that were created in Powerpoint 2010 which came with the laptop that has needed... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Amazon Customer
the only reason to get this is if you must have a particular version of MSoffice or have an emotional attachment to this version of the software. Read morePublished 23 days ago by T. Dickson