Microsoft Office 2010 Home and Student Edition is the lighter version and also the least expensive office suite Office 2010. It includes word processing Word , the spreadsheetExcel , a presentation editorPowerPoint and OneNote , a virtual diary notes.
These four applications comprise aproductivity suite ideal for family use or under study. Clearly, this is a lighter version of Microsoft Office 2010 Pro .
For users of Microsoft Office 2007 wondering whether to go to the 2010 version, here are the main changes. Microsoft Office 2010 allows you to edit a document at the same time many and various places.
Simply store your documents online with SharePoint to edit later from any computer connected to the Internet (Web Office) or from a mobile phone (smartphone with apps from Microsoft).
If Office 2007 was a revolution in the interface, Office 2010 is rather a quiet evolution of it. No major changes, but the features that integrate smoothly into the "ribbon", this impressive toolbar found in each program of the Office 2010 suite.
Each software package has enhanced features compared to Office 2007 . Word is that all your documents are more attractive than ever. Inserting image is accompanied by a built-in photo editing tool and (very) many options to expand documents with forms, charts, pictures, etc. ...
Excel 2010 itself is home to the "Slicer", an automatic layout of a table based on the data it contains. The Sparklines feature makes it easier to create charts from your data.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 now offers the ability to edit a file in a video presentation , even with some advanced features, a new particularly welcome.
Last but not least , note the arrival of a new kid in the Office suite. Microsoft OneNote 2010, a virtual notepad, can share online images, videos or documents found on the web with online friends.
In short, if you have Microsoft Office 2007, the transition to the 2010 version is not really necessary unless you want to work on documents collaboratively. Also note that if you bought Office 2007 after March 5, 2010, the upgrade to the 2010 version is free .
Microsoft Office 2010 Home and Student brings together the cream of the Office 2010 suite. A collection of four core programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote) which allows free rein to your productivity and your creativity, perfect for non-professional use.
If you purchased Office 2007 after March 5, 2010, the update to the 2010 version is free.