Microsoft Office 2010
Microsoft Office 2010, which replaces Microsoft Office 2007, offers a more refined user interface along with enhanced collaboration tools.
- Office Ribbon now appears in all Office 2010 applications including Outlook replacing traditional menu structure.
- Office Button has been replaced with a File tab.
- File tab takes to the Backstage View to save, print, and perform a variety of other file management tasks.
Other New Features
Paste Preview: Preview the appearance of content before you paste with 3 different options.
Navigation Pane: Allows you to view the structure of your document and more easily search for content.
Insert a Screenshot: Insert another open program or window as an image.
Background Removal Tool: Choose only the part of an image you want to keep a variety of new effects and color corrections.
- PowerPoint 2010
Transitions and Animations: Transitions control the appearance of each slide as a whole whereas animations control the appearance of content in a particular slide. Office 2010 now offers a variety of choices in these.
Insert a video from your computer and edit it
Insert a video from a website: Eg. YouTube
- Excel 2010
Sparklines: Clear and compact visual representation of data through small charts within worksheet cells
Slicers: Use to filter the data in pivot tables
- Outlook 2010
Ignore: Helps ignore unnecessary emails and cleans up outlook
Quick Steps: Do multiple things at a time.
People Pane: Easily view email, meetings, and other data about a particular person.
Calendar preview in meeting requests: Easily lets you know whether or not the proposed meeting time conflicts with other items on your calendar that particular day.
Delete email addresses showing up while using AutoComplete: Typing someone’s name or email address in the “To” field only to see some email addresses that are no longer relevant?
- MS Access 2010
- MS One Note
- MS Project 2010
- General Features of Office 2010