Microsoft Office 2010 has added a lot of new features over Office 2007. The new features of Microsoft Office will help users edit text, create spreadsheets, design presentations, manage email … in a flexible and easy way. If you are a student, office workers then you should definitely not skip this Office 2010.
What’s New in Office 2010
- The File Menu is Back!
In Office 2007 the File menu was replaced with the Microsoft Office button. In Office 2010 the Microsoft Office Button is referred to as the File tab. Clicking on File will bring you into the Backstage View.
- Backstage View
Backstage view is where you manage your files and the data about them — creating, saving, inspecting for hidden metadata or personal information, and setting options. In short, it is everything that you do to a file that you don’t do in the file. The Backstage view hides your current document, and gives you access to file-related activities.
Some of the commands in the Backstage view function as they did in previous versions: Save, Save As, Open and Close.
Other tabs are new or redesigned: Info , Recent , New , Print , Save &Send, Help , Options.
- Customizing the Ribbon
The Ribbon in Office 2010 is now fully customizable. You can not only add icons to a group but you can also create new Tabs.
- Improved Picture Tools
New Artistic Effects
With Word 2010, you can now apply sophisticated “artistic” effects to your picture to make the picture look more like a sketch, drawing, or painting. It’s an easy way to enhance your images without using additional photo-editing programs. Some of the 20 new artistic effects include Pencil Sketch, Line Drawing, Watercolor Sponge, Mosaic Bubbles, Glass, Pastels Smooth, Plastic Wrap, Photocopy, and Paint Strokes.
- Navigation Pane
The navigation pane hosts a set of related features for getting around in your document, searching for content, and manipulating the structure and organization of headings
Download Microsoft Office 2010 professional
+ Setup file
+ Serial key:
How to Install Microsoft Office 2010 for PC
Before the installation of Microsoft Office 2010, make sure that the PC meets the system requirements:
- 500 MHz or higher processor
- 256 MB of RAM; 512 MB recommended
- 3.5 GB of minimum disk space
- Windows XP SP3 (supports only 32-bit Office), Vista SP1, Windows 7, Server 2003, Server 2008, Server 2008
Step 1: When inserting the CD a prompt should show
Click Run SETUP.EXE
Step 2: Enter the 25 character product key on the MSU CD case and then click Continue.
Step 3: Check the I accept the terms of this agreement box and then click Continue button to proceed to the next step.
Step 4: Here, you have two options: Install Now or Customize. Clicking the Install Now button will begin installing Office 2010 on your Windows drive.
Step 5: Everything is complete and you are now able to access Microsoft Office
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