Each new version of Office is a small revolution. Microsoft Office 2010
is no exception. Associated with the Windows 7, the software continues to bet on innovation. All of the applications of this program use the Ribbon interface, introduced in the 2007 version. Its appearance is also more sober, light, and coherent.
The changes introduced by Microsoft Office 2010 are many and quite striking. The Office button has been completely renovated: instead of a menu, it opens a panel that occupies the entire program window. Previewing content pasted in Word lets you see how a document will look before inserting it, while the translation and screen capture tools help you to improve your documents. Excel graphs and diagrams are easily integrated into Word text; Outlook group e-mail conversations now feature a button to delete all redundant text; and PowerPoint can insert videos with an integrated player.
The MS Office 2010 product key is no longer available.
This version is only compatible with 32-bit Windows systems. You can download Office 2010 in its 64-bit version from the official Microsoft website. To do this, go here.
Latest update on September 20, 2017 at 02:40 PM.