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With barely 2 weeks to go before Office 2010 “GA” ("general availability"--when you can buy in stores or online), these detailed opinions from industry experts cover many questions and possibilities.
In "Top 10 Office 2010 features for businesses," reviewer Frank Ohlhorst for InfoWorld, PC World, and CIO, says "I would count PowerPoint Broadcast and the new video and image editing features among the most impressive, while Sparklines and PowerPivot for Excel are also big productivity boosters. Most users will notice the new Ribbon and Backstage Views, and Outlook's Conversation Views get my vote as most improved." He covers his top 10 in depth.
Jason Brooks of eWeek gives a detailed look at Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and Outlook, and a tour of the new Office Web Apps. Another visual tour of the Web Apps comes from Jason Parker.
And David Pogue of the NYT assesses the major Office 2010 products and the Web Apps.
Top 10 Office 2010 features for business, by Frank Ohlhorst (also for PC World and CIO)
Microsoft Office 2010 Boosts Core Features, Branches Out onto the Web and Enterprise Applications: Microsoft Office 2010 Rolls Out New Features, New Platforms, by Jason Brooks
Microsoft Office 2010 Web apps revealed, by Jason Parker
New York Times
As Certain as Taxes: New Version of Office, by David Pogue
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-- Holly Thomas