Top 5 advantages of Microsoft® Office Home and Student 2010 Edition
The recently release productivity suite Microsoft Office 2010 is also called Office 2010 and Office 14. The productivity suite includes Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft OneNote, Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Access, and Microsoft Publisher application programs. Microsoft offers three versions of Microsoft Office 2010 productivity suite – Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010, Microsoft Office Home and Business 2010, and Microsoft Office Professional 2010.
The starter or basic version of Microsoft Office 2010 is Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010, which is basically designed for home users and students. The Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010 includes Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, and Microsoft OneNote application programs. This edition is available for the use of home only. Here are the top 5 advantages of using Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010 edition:
Advantage 1: Create school presentations
By using the easy-to-use tools in Microsoft PowerPoint 2010, students can add eye-catching effects and media — including video, audio, and photos — to their class presentations. Slides of memorable family photographs can be made on Microsoft PowerPoint itself by taking help of the photo-editing features that can be used to crop, control brightness and contrast, sharpen or soften, and add other visual effects. One can even broadcast his Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 presentationsÂ to remote audiences through a web browser.
Advantage 2: Track household expenses
With the help of ready-to-use templates in Microsoft Excel 2010, the family head can easily track the household expenses and build budget. The analysis tools such as Sparkliness can be used to spot variations. The charting tools and SmartArt graphicsÂ can be used to create dynamic charts, diagrams, and graphs to detect trends and understand the household budget.
Advantage 3: Better data organization
The user of Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010 edition can organize his ideasÂ and any information related to some important project by creating a digital notebook in Microsoft OneNote 2010. Even the data required to create a project such as text, images, video, audio, screen clippings, etc. can be captured in a Microsoft OneNote notebook.
Advantage 4: Create newsletters, reports, resume, etc.
One can use Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010 edition to convey his ideas visually with dozens of SmartArt graphics that can be customized as per the need and preferences of the user. The ready-to-use templates of Microsoft Word 2010 can come handy in creating professional-looking documents and newsletters. The title pages and main headings can be made to stand out prominently with effects like glow, reflection, and shadow.
Advantage 5: View, edit, and share documents from anywhere
The Office Web Apps of Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010 edition allows you to view and edit your documents from almost anywhere with the help of an Internet connection. The documents have to be posted online to Windows Live SkyDrive for remote access from anywhere. The Office Web AppsÂ even allows the user to share his report, newsletter, or presentation with his classmates and family members.
So, now you as you have understood all the top 5 reasons to install the Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010 edition, why not give it a try and explore all the features yourself.