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Compare: Microsoft Office 2010 vs Office 2007 vs Office 2003

Compare: Microsoft Office 2010 vs Office 2007 vs Office 2003

Microsoft has released a document which compares the features of its Microsoft Office 2010 suites available through Volume Licensing, with Office 2007 and Office 2003 – and it is now available for download.

The document has various charts and tables which compare Office 2010 with its earlier two versions and shows how the latest offering can actually increase the value of an existing IT infrastructure.

Microsoft Office has been the productivity standard for quite some time. Features like Copy and Paste and the Ribbon toolbar—which were breakthroughs when they were introduced—have now been further enhanced. Advanced new capabilities have also been added that will become the new standards in productivity for the future.

With Office 2010, productivity knows no boundaries. Microsoft Office 2010 can keep your employees in touch and working effectively no matter where they are. They can use the same applications from their PCs, from a smartphone, or from a Web browser—and they can even switch between modes of access without losing a thing.

And now that Office Web Apps are available as lightweight companions that can be hosted on premises, your IT staff gains more manageability and control. All those reasons make Office 2010 a “must have” productivity tool for any organization.

Download: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=4fbcd1ec-269b-4aa3-9866-315a6d3d1284


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