Top 5 features of various versions of Microsoft® Office 2010
Office 2010, the productivity suite for Windows from Microsoft, is available in several versions including Office Home and Student, Office Home and Business, Office Professional, Office Standard, and Office Professional Plus. In addition to these, a 60 days free trial version of Office 2010 and a starter edition are also available. Office Standard 2010 and Office Professional Plus 2010 are available to customers through volume licensing. Here are the top 5 features of different versions of Microsoft Office 2010.
Share, connect, and manage with Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010
Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010 provides the maximum productivity features that can help businesses to manage tasks and share information easily. This Office 2010 version has SharePoint Workspace 2010, Lync 2010, InfoPath 2010, and lots more. Users can get comprehensive data analysis reports, access business and social networks, etc.
Grow your business with Microsoft Office Professional 2010
Microsoft Office Professional 2010 has Access 2010 and Publisher 2010, besides the programs that are there in Office Home and Business 2010. With Access 2010, users can create and manage databases and get information that may be important for business purposes. Publisher 2010 can be used to publish professional quality reports and other materials.
Access files anywhere with Microsoft Office Standard 2010
Microsoft Office Web Apps for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote are included in Microsoft Office Standard 2010. These allow users to create files in Office 2010 and they can access them online through the Office Web Apps. Users also get limited rights for contextual access to business and social networking, enterprise content management, etc.
Stay in touch with Microsoft Office Home and Business 2010
In addition to the standard productivity tools – Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote, Microsoft Office Home and Business 2010 also includes Outlook 2010. With Outlook 2010, home and business users can stay connected by sending or receiving emails. Moreover, there are personal organizations tools such as a calendar that helps in scheduling tasks, meetings, etc.
Manage home and assignments with Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010
With productivity tools such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote, users can accomplish various home computing tasks. These programs can also be used by students to work on their assignments by creating documents, graphs, and presentations. OneNote 2010 can be used to create and organize important notes.