Find out why Microsoft Office 2010 Home and Student is best for you
Are you a student or a home maker looking for a productivity suite that offers you good features, no frills and highest efficiency? Well, this is your lucky day as you have the best option to take away. The tailor made product of Microsoft – Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010 edition – is everything you want and need in a productivity suite. With the desired applications available in this productivity suite, you can create interesting classroom presentations, spreadsheets and text documents, and maintain your family’s budget with ease. Interesting is it? Check out all the highlights you ought to know about Microsoft Office 2010 Home and Student.
Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010: Features
Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010 comes equipped with Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, and Microsoft OneNote. To take care of all your text documents, you have Microsoft Word. For creating classic presentations, you can work on Microsoft PowerPoint. Here, you also have access to ready-made templates, enhanced photo and video editing facilities and you can also add creative effects to your presentations! What more? You can create all your number-based documents on Microsoft Excel, and with Microsoft OneNote you can organize all important information and even communicate your ideas with visually-rich graphics. So, whether it is a presentation that you have to submit in school or a family newsletter that you may be working on, this productivity suite version can help you establish it all.
Wait, that is not all! With the help of Microsoft Office Web Apps, you can conveniently access, edit and share your projects/ documents/ presentations from everywhere… well almost. This means that you can create a document and post it online and access it from anywhere. This indeed renders faster connectivity amongst your friends and family.
Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010: Download
If your PC meets the minimum system requirements as per the chart given above, you could go ahead and download the edition from the official website of Microsoft. However, before you buy the full version, we recommend you to first try out the trial version just to get used to working on the different applications of the suite.
As you may be aware, a trial version is time bound and only remains valid for 30 or 60 days. So, on the expiry of the trial version period, you may opt to have the full version on your OS. To do it, simply activate the Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010 trial version and begin exploring the extended features!
If you want to know about the other versions of the Microsoft Office 2010 suite, you may read a relevant article here.
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