With the release of Office 2010, Microsoft has focused its product range to meet the changing needs of end users. With Office 2010, you can share information seamlessly with one person in the office next door or across the world, and access information anywhere and anytime using mobile devices. Office 2010 includes new graphics and video editing tools to create stunning visual presentations and documents. Office 2010 offers greater flexibility for analyzing and storing data, managing email and contacts, and customization of the interface you want.
This course examines the major new features and enhancements cheap Office 2010 versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access. These new and improved features include a preview of Office Connect Sparklines Backstage, Cutters, graphics and editing tools and video, PowerPoint, transmitters, screen capture and cutting tools, Web applications and mobile office.
In both versions of Microsoft Office Suite is available in Office 2003, Microsoft has implemented a series of changes in functionality and interface and introduces several new features. The Office interface in general has changed dramatically with the introduction of the ribbon in MS Office 2007, and collaboration and access to Office files everywhere is a big problem in the Microsoft Office 2010.
This course explores the new features and enhancements in Microsoft Office 2010, focusing on the prospect of Microsoft Office 2003, users who migrate from Microsoft Office 2010. Stressing the importance of interface changes that apply to all Office programs, including the band and the opinion of the Board in the wings, and covers important new features and enhancements in Word and Excel 2010. These features include the pulp preview of the file format open, protected and ready to see Office 2010 documents, and features improved graphics support, Quick Styles, and comparison tools in Word documents, Sparklines machines, cut, and improvements in Excel PivotTables.
Since the launch of the Microsoft Office product suite 2003, PowerPoint, Publisher and Access have undergone significant changes – the interface and the range of available functions. Liquid interface (UI), now available in all Member States of Office 2010 products, provides a consistent look across all applications.
PowerPoint 2010 is to simplify the creation of presentations and performances themselves more visually impressive. Publisher has undergone similar changes, enhancing the creation of high quality publications. Access 2010 simplifies the creation of databases, so data is accessible from anywhere, and offer improved navigation control data access. This course covers the new features in PowerPoint 2010, Publisher 2010 and Access 2010, including interface changes and major functional enhancements and improvements.