Microsoft Office Home and Business 2010 (2 PCs, 1 User)

July 4, 2013 - Comment

Microsoft Office Home and Business 2010* includes:• Microsoft Excel 2010• Microsoft Outlook 2010• Microsoft PowerPoint 2010• Microsoft Word 2010• Microsoft OneNote 2010 Microsoft Office Home and Business 2010 brings together the roles of managing a business, running a household and helping with homework. Get the benefits of all the programs you need to be productive

Microsoft Office Home and Business 2010* includes:
• Microsoft Excel 2010
• Microsoft Outlook 2010
• Microsoft PowerPoint 2010
• Microsoft Word 2010
• Microsoft OneNote 2010

Microsoft Office Home and Business 2010 brings together the roles of managing a business, running a household and helping with homework. Get the benefits of all the programs you need to be productive including Microsoft Outlook 2010–so you can tackle your busy day efficiently with powerful email, scheduling and social networking tools to keep your life and work in sync.

Traditional Disc Version

This version of Microsoft Office 2010 Home and Business includes the software on disc, with a product key. It is licensed for one user to install on two PCs–a primary machine and a portable PC.

For customers buying a PC who need Office Home and Business 2010 for their new PC only, and don’t need to upgrade other home PCs, a Product Key Card provides another way to purchase Office with a PC.

Tackle Your Busy Day Efficiently

Enjoy Flexibility
Now you can easily post your Office documents online and access, share and edit them with Office Web Apps. It’s an ideal way to extend your Office 2010 experience to the Web.

Work Together
Brainstorm ideas, share notes and work on documents with others simultaneously thanks to the new co-authoring tool in Word, PowerPoint and OneNote.

Find It on New Backstage View
Replaces the traditional File menu to give you one go-to spot to conveniently save, open and print documents. Customize the tab commands to fit your individual needs so you can navigate tasks effortlessly.

Programs You Rely On
Microsoft Office 2010 is an industry standard offering our latest, innovative tools to make your documents richer and more informative.

Included Programs

Enjoy the same great features you know and love with Office and get some new ones when you upgrade to Office 2010.

Outlook 2010
Whether you’re working from home or on the road, Microsoft Outlook 2010 helps you communicate with important contacts, manage email conversations and monitor your schedule from your PC or remotely. Simply post documents to online folders to access and edit remotely. Get improved features including:

Sync multiple email accounts from services such as (Hotmail, Gmail) or just about any other provider to Outlook 2010. Condense, categorise and even ignore lengthy email exchanges with a single click using Conversation View. Save time with Quick Steps and customize the tasks you use the most down to a single click. Share your calendar with others and access theirs, plus save frequently used groups of calendars with the new Schedule view. Gain attention with your emails by using new graphic and picture-editing tools.

Word 2010
From school fundraisers to company reports when you use Microsoft Word 2010 it all comes together efficiently. Create documents using new photo-editing features, lively text effects, then easily share them online and invite others to collaborate. Get more new tools with Word 2010:

Add impact to your document with new picture-editing tools. Better illustrate your ideas with diagrams by turning bullet-point lists into compelling SmartArt graphics. Apply new formatting effects to your text such as shadow, bevel, glow and reflection. Capture and insert screenshots directly into your document. Communicate with ease in many languages with improved translation tools.

Excel 2010
Saving for retirement, keeping track of tax information, tracking business expenses–all are important financial decisions. Microsoft Excel 2010 offers clear insight with simple templates to help you build budgets and track expenses so you can focus on financial goals. Get more new features with Excel 2010:

Highlight data trends by creating data charts in a single cell with new Sparklines. Find the right data quickly with new filter enhancement in PivotTable views. Analyze data quickly. Highlight specific data with new and improved Conditional Formatting options. Display data in a dynamic and interactive way with PivotChart views. Spend less time sifting through data–use the new search filter to narrow down pertinent data to display.

PowerPoint 2010
Pressed for time on a major project? Get ideas down fast with ready-made templates, new photo- and video-editing features and eye-catching transitions all with Microsoft PowerPoint 2010. Get more new tools including:

Embed and edit video files directly in your presentation. Set videos to fade in and out and apply a variety of video styles and formats. Broadcast your presentation online with new Broadcast Slide Show. Captivate your audience with new transitions and improved animations. Use slide sections to navigate, organise and print your presentation.

OneNote 2010
Gather a wealth of business information and resources all in one spot with OneNote 2010. Post, share and edit notes with coworkers online so everyone can work at the same time with real-time updates. Get more new features with OneNote 2010:

Use quick filing to organize notebooks, ideal when you’re working on multiple projects. Apply styles and formatting to selected text to another paragraph with the new Format Painter. See results as you type with improved Search functionality and view a prioritised list of Search results. Easily organise and jump between your notebooks with the improved notebook Navigation Bar. Take notes while working in Word, PowerPoint or in Internet Explorer and automatically link them.

Need the very best tools to grow your business?
Step up to Microsoft Office 2010 Home and Business and get a comprehensive suite of tools and services to keep you organised, connected and competitive–including Access for complete data management and Publisher to create professional-quality marketing materials.


Tim says:

A big improvement… I have been using Office 97 and Office 2003 for a number of years and had heard of, and seen, the new ribbon interface in 2007. I installed the Beta version of Office 2010 some 6 months ago. Once I got used to the new ribbon, I found Office 2010 to be simple to use and I did not hesitate to upgrade to the full paid-for version when it was published in June. I have no regrets. Installation was very smooth – I took the precaution of totally uninstalling the beta version beforehand. The full version has ironed out one or two little niggles from the beta version and seems to run extremely well. I use Outlook, Word, Excel and Powerpoint on a daily basis – and have also found the new Onenote to be a very useful tool when researching information.Have come straight from the menu interfaces in Off 97 and 2003, I found the ribbons a little strange at first; however, once used to them and getting to find my way around them, I have found them to be very useful and – in the main…

Geoff Anderson "Geoff" says:

Be Wary Be very wary if you are using this as an upgrade to 2007. I have 2007 Pro and wanted to upgrade my Word, Excel , Powerpoint and Outlook- it took multiple Custom installs to get the combination I wanted, (the standard instal deletes any 2007 programmes not in the new package you are using- in my case access and Publisher) BUT my email has never worked since, without a restore back to 2007. At least 3 times there were errors during the instal itself but it eventually worked using the ‘keep all previous versions’ option. The issue with Outlook may be with my ISP settings (BT) but with exactly the same settings as 2007 it fails to work. I quite like a few of the 2010 improvements – the document section view in Word, the text parts and the video in Powerpoint but you can achieve many of these in 2007 with workarounds. The fact that no upgrade versions are offered means I fear that the whole upgrade process has been poorly thought out. I have a VERY clean system so be very sure 2010…

cavehomme "cavehomme" says:

Much better than i expected I initially resisted the upgrade from office 2003 to 2007 because i really hated the ribbon interface and i did not want to spend valuable time learning what I considered to be an awkward, counter-intuitive, even dumbed-down interface, and to be forced into making additional mouse clicks for functions whose location I already knew instinctively following 15 years of Office use.However, I recently needed to replace my old laptop with a Windows 7 one. I tried to install my old copy of Office 2003 on it. Unfortunately MS made sure it did not work 100%, in particular Outlook with Connector would not access hotmail and live email accounts. MS always seem to do this, they eventually frustrate the user and force them to spend money on an upgrade. I had no option but to upgrade because my email refused to work properly despite my best technical efforts.The price of Office 2010 at the time of purchase was discounted quite significantly, so that helped the decision to…

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