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Office 2010 Home Business Image


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Office 2010 Home Business Image

On December 14, 2010, Microsoft announced its intent to backport the Office File Validation feature to Office 2003 and Office 2007. On April 12, 2011, Office File Validation was backported as an add-in for Office 2003 Service Pack 3 and Office 2007 Service Pack 2, and was later made available through Microsoft Update on June 28, 2011. Office File Validation in Office 2003 and Office 2007 differs from the version in Office 2010 as these two releases do not include the Protected View feature. When users attempt to open a document that fails validation, they must first agree to a warning prompt before it can be opened. Additionally, the configuration options in these two releases are only made available through the Windows Registry, whereas Office 2010 also provides Group Policy options.
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Office 2010 Home Business Image

Microsoft Office 2010 (codenamed Office 14) is a version of the Microsoft Office productivity suite for Microsoft Windows. Office 2010 was released to manufacturing on April 15, 2010, and was later made available for retail and online purchase on June 15, 2010. It is the successor to Microsoft Office 2007 and the predecessor to Microsoft Office 2013. Research and development of Office 2010 began in 2006, before the release of its predecessor.
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Office 2010 Home Business Image

Office 2010 received mostly positive reviews upon its release, with particular praise devoted to the modified ribbon and the new Backstage view. Laptop Mag rated the suite 4 out of 5 stars, referring to it as “the best Office suite yet” because of the new customization options provided by the ribbon, the new multimedia editing capabilities, a new option to share presentations online via PowerPoint, and app response times; Microsoft’s decision to include OneNote in all retail versions of Office 2010 also received high praise. PC Magazine also rated the suite 4 out of 5 stars for similar reasons; the inclusion of the ribbon in all apps was viewed favorably because it enhances consistency and usability, and the Backstage view was praised for simplifying access to file management and printing options. However, PC Magazine expressed dissatisfaction with the “intrusive” default auto formatting options in Word; the lack of an upgrade edition or pricing for users of a previous version of Office; and the stability of Office apps. Nevertheless, Office 2010 was regarded as a “dazzlingly attractive upgrade” that received the magazine’s Editors’ Choice and Best of the Year 2010 accolades. Office 2010 also received positive reviews from Alphr, PC Advisor, PC World, and TechRadar.
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Office 2010 Home Business Image

The initial two-week sales of Office 2010 were lower than those previously observed with the suite’s predecessor, Office 2007, a fact considered by Stephen Baker of NPD Group to be “disappointing.” Baker attributed this lack of sales to “a seasonally slow period for PC purchases” and an “increasingly saturated installed base.” Free alternatives to the productivity suite such as Google Docs were not regarded as detrimental to the adoption of Office 2010; however, this view was not shared by all journalists. In spite of initial sales that were lower than expected, sales of Office 2010—particularly consumer sales—contributed to a record first-quarter profit for Microsoft during its 2011 fiscal year. While other products contributed to this record, Microsoft Business Division, the division responsible for Office, earned the highest percentage of total revenue during this time period. As of November 1, 2010, over six million copies of Office 2010 were sold, a figure that represented “more than 30 copies being sold every minute.”
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Office 2010 Home Business Image

On June 15, 2011, a year after Office 2010’s general availability, Microsoft Office corporate vice president Takeshi Numoto stated that deployment of the productivity suite among business customers was “five times faster” than that of its predecessor, Office 2007, and that the latest version was “the fastest-selling consumer version of Office ever” with a copy being sold every second since the product launched; the claim was previously made by Microsoft in January during the Consumer Electronics Show. Based on this claim, Network World estimated that an approximate 31.5 million licenses were sold since Office 2010’s launch. Office Online proved to be popular as well, with Nuoto stating that it had seen over 50 million unique visitors since its launch. By July 2011, over 100 million licenses were sold, which contributed to record Q4 earnings and annual revenue. However, year-over-year consumer revenue for Office had declined by 8 percent, though revenue from Microsoft’s Business Division had increased by 27 percent during the same period. During the second quarter of Microsoft’s 2012 fiscal year, the company reported a revenue of $20.9 billion—another record for the company—with Office 2010 being a contributing factor, having sold nearly 200 million licenses as of December 31, 2011, in spite of declining Windows sales.
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Office 2010 Home Business Image

Office Starter 2010 was an ad-supported product that was discontinued in June 2012, prior to the release of Office 2013 and Windows 8. It included Word Starter and Excel Starter, reduced-functionality versions for viewing, editing, and creating documents. Office Starter 2010 was only available to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to preload on Windows PCs and was intended as a replacement for Microsoft Works; it is only compatible with Windows Vista and Windows 7. Office Starter 2010 omits several features available in the retail editions of Microsoft Office. Word Starter cannot insert footnotes, endnotes, citations, indexes, captions, equations, or SmartArt, and does not support customizations, macros, change tracking, full screen reading, or digital rights management. Excel Starter does not support PivotTables, PivotCharts, custom views, external data connections, error checking, calculation steps, or circular references. Advertisements are displayed in the lower right area of the Office interface. Office Starter 2010 is the only edition to offer a To-Go Device Manager feature, which allows users to install the productivity suite on to a USB flash drive and run it temporarily on any computer with Windows Vista SP1 or Windows 7 installed to which the USB drive is connected.
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Office 2010 Home Business Image

Office 2010 introduces user interface enhancements including a Backstage view interface that consolidates document management commands into a single location. The ribbon introduced as part of Access, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Word in Office 2007 is the primary user interface for all apps and is fully customizable in Office 2010. The design of Office 2010 incorporates features from SharePoint and borrows from Web 2.0 ideas. Other new features include extended file format support; co-authoring features that allow multiple users to share and simultaneously edit documents; integration with SharePoint and OneDrive; and security improvements such as the introduction of Protected View, a new read-only, isolated sandbox environment to protect users from potentially malicious content. Office 2010 is the first version of the productivity suite to ship in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions, but the 64-bit version is not officially compatible with Windows XP or Windows Server 2003. It is also the first version to require product activation for volume license editions.
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Office 2010 Home Business Image

Reactions to the various product versions, including the 64-bit version of Office 2010, were mixed. Emil Protalinski, writing for Ars Technica, believed that Microsoft’s transition to a 64-bit version of the productivity suite would facilitate the industry’s adoption of 64-bit software. However, concerns about backward compatibility and performance issues were raised. After the product’s launch, Microsoft stated that “the 64-bit version of Office 2010 is likely to introduce compatibility issues” and recommended the 32-bit version for most users; the Office 2010 setup program installs the 32-bit version by default unless a 64-bit version is already installed on the target machine. In a departure from previous versions of Office, Microsoft did not offer an upgrade version of Office 2010—a move that was criticized for effectively increasing the cost of the productivity suite for users already running a previous version. While the new Product Key Card program was considered to be an affordable alternative to an upgrade version because of its affordability when compared with a full retail purchase, it presented a limitation not seen with a full retail version in that its license prohibited the software from being transferred to another machine.
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Details related to Microsoft’s second-quarter earnings during the company’s 2011 fiscal year were posted on January 27, 2011, showing that the company had set a record for second-quarter revenue of $19.95 billion. The Microsoft Business Division grew by 24% year-over-year, with Office 2010 becoming the fastest-selling consumer version of Office in history; license sales of Office 2010 were also “over 50% ahead of Office 2007 over an equivalent period following launch.” Results during the company’s third-quarter 2011 fiscal year were later strong, with Microsoft’s Business division expecting to see “Office sales exceed PC demand in fiscal 2011.”
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Office 2010 introduces a new Click-to-Run installation process based on Microsoft App-V streaming and virtualization technology as an alternative to the traditional Windows Installer-based installation process for the Office 2010 Home and Student and Home and Business editions, and as a mandatory installation process for the Starter edition. Office 2010 Click-to-Run products install in a virtualized environment, or Q: partition, that downloads product features in the background after the apps themselves already been installed so that users can immediately begin using the apps. The download process is optimized for broadband connections.
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The Starter edition of Office 2010 received mostly positive reviews; a feature omitted from other editions of Office 2010 that received praise was To-Go Device Manager, which allowed users to copy Office 2010 Starter installation files to a USB flash drive and use its programs on another PC, even one where a version of Office was not installed. However, criticism was directed at the edition’s lack of functionality and its mandatory advertisements.
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The new File tab replaces the Office button introduced in Office 2007 and offers similar functionality. The previous Office button—a round button adorned with the Microsoft Office logo—had a different appearance from the ribbon tabs in the Office 2007 interface and was positioned away from them, with a target that extended toward the upper left corner of the screen in accordance with Fitts’s law. Microsoft has stated that this button enhanced the usability of Office, but many users saw it as “branding decoration, rather than a functional button.” As a result, in Office 2010 it was replaced with a File tab that appears next to the other tabs in the ribbon instead of the upper left-hand corner of the screen. The File tab is colored on a per-app basis (e.g., it is colored orange in Outlook). Opening the File tab displays the new Backstage view.

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