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It took radio 38 years to reach an audience of 50 million people. TV? 13 years. The Internet? 4 years. Facebook? 4 months, according to the latest factoids on Did you Know. Many of us have been in chat rooms and online discussion groups for many years, and more recently Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and the like. But did you expect the almost continuous use of social media, increasingly via mobile devices (what cellphones became when they grew up), to catch on that fast?
That exponential growth is one reason why Office 2010 is designed with mobile life and social life in mind. If you've been following Office news at all, you know tomorrow's a huge day for us. Because starting tomorrow, everyone will be able to buy one of the Office 2010 suites or the individual 2010 apps--Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Access, Publisher, Visio, Project, and the rest--from the Microsoft store or favorite retail sources. And try any of the apps for free.
We'll have details and the Office 2010 try/buy links for you tomorrow. [On Twitter, stay tuned at #join2010 and @office].
We'll also help you get started with each 2010 product, and we'll showcase favorite tips and stories about Office 2010-from real life customers.
For links and info that'll save you time, keep your eyes on the Office Blog and Office.com, or #join2010 on Twitter, and the Microsoft Office page on Facebook.
For free how-to's and templates visit Office.com
About time office 2010 came around! Look forward to trying it out, im sure I'll love it. Great that it's been designed with mobile and social life in mind, as this will please many people I'm sure!