What’s New In Office 2010

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What’s New In Office 2010

  1. 1. What’s New in Office 2010?<br />Eastside Technology Committee<br />Barry B Hensiek<br />
  2. 2. Office Versions<br />2003<br />Released Nov 2003<br />Introduced InfoPath (for data forms) and One Note<br />Outlook was significantly updated<br />2007<br />Released Jan 2007 (along with Vista)<br />Introduced the “Ribbon” and the “Office Button”<br />Introduced Groove and Sharepoint<br />
  3. 3. Office 2010 - What’s Included?<br />Retail Versions<br />Home and Student<br />Word<br />Excel<br />Power Point<br />One Note<br />Home and Business<br />Outlook<br />Professional<br />Access<br />Publisher<br />
  4. 4. Office 2010 - What’s Included?<br />Volume Licensing Versions<br />Standard<br />Word<br />Excel<br />Power Point<br />One Note<br />Outlook<br />Publisher<br />Web Apps (limited)<br />Professional Plus adds Access, InfoPath, Sharepoint Workspace, Communicator and more robust Web Apps<br />
  5. 5. Office 2010 – What’s New?<br />The Ribbon is back!<br />Redesigned and streamlined<br />Consistent across applications, including Outlook<br />The “Office Button” reengineered as the File tab<br />Basic file commands – open, save, etc<br />Document info (properties)<br />Recent docs<br />New docs from templates<br />Print<br />Save and send – to the Web, by email, to Sharepoint<br />Help<br />Options<br />
  6. 6. Office 2010 – What’s New?<br />Paste Preview – an improvement to the old copy-and-paste<br />Photo and Video editing tools in some applications<br />
  7. 7. Excel<br />Not much change from 2007<br />Added: Sparklines<br />Cell-sized charts to get a quick graphical visualization of specific data<br />
  8. 8. Word<br />Navigation pane<br />Headings view<br />Pages overview<br />Search<br />New text effects<br />New tool: insert screenshots<br />
  9. 9. PowerPoint<br />New themes<br />Easier animations<br />Video editing and control<br />Easy embedding of on-line video (You Tube)<br />But, you need an internet connection to play it<br />
  10. 10. Outlook<br />The Ribbon<br />Better mail handling<br />Right-click a message to access “Quick Steps”<br />Customizable message tasks (move to, forward to, set a meeting with mail recipients)<br />Mail Tips (works only with Exchange)<br />Warns of too many mail recipients, sending a message with confidential information<br />Message threading<br />Arrange mail by conversation<br />Better search for “related emails”<br />Clean-up a conversation – delete quoted text<br />
  11. 11. Web Apps<br />Free, online versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote<br />Docs stored on SkyDrive for easy retrieval, sharing <br />25GB of free storage with a Hotmail account or Windows Live ID<br />Create docs online, or on the desktop, and easily move from one to the other<br />
  12. 12. Installation<br />Easy, typical, Office installation.<br />Upgraded my Office 2007 install with no problems<br />Automatic activation if selected and connected.<br />Windows update found no updates for Office 2010<br />Option to continue to set up online applications<br />Continues 2007’s docx file format<br />
  13. 13. Should You Upgrade?<br />

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