To add someone to your subscription, visit www.office.com/myaccount and follow the onscreen instructions to add a user. Each person you add will receive an email with the steps they need to follow. Once they have accepted and completed the steps, their information, including the installs they are using, will appear on your My Account page. You can stop sharing your subscription with someone or remove a device they are using at www.office.com/myaccount.
Do you want to use Microsoft Office 2010 on your PC? If so, you need to get the Office 2010 download first. This post from MiniTool Partition Wizard offers you the Office 2010 free download full version 32&64 bit and shows you how to install it.
Office 2010 includes the following software: Access 2010, Excel 2010, InfoPath Designer 2010, InfoPath Filler 2010, Lync 2010, OneNote 2010, Outlook 2010, PowerPoint 2010, Project 2010, Publisher 2010, SharePoint Workspace 2010, Visio 2010, and Word 2010.
Office 2010 is no longer supported, but you can still install and use it as long as you have an Office 2010 installation disc and a product key for it. Of course, you can also get the Microsoft Office 2010 download directly by clicking the following download links.
If you want to install Office 2010 SP2, you should continue to download Service Pack 2 (SP2) for Microsoft Office 2010 32/64-Bit Edition from Microsoft and then run the pack file to install the update.
A month ago, Microsoft officials acknowledged the name and one feature of the company's forthcoming Office 2010 Pro Plus SKU. Thanks to a new slide from an alleged Microsoft presentation, now we know a bit more about what's likely to debut in that version.
Microsoft admitted in May -- after word leaked via Twitter that the company was renaming its Groove online/offline synchronization capability to "SharePoint Workspace Manager" -- that the newly minted SharePoint Workspace and OneNote would be part of the Office 2010 Pro Plus SKU. Company officials refused to say anything more about which other applications and features will be part of that SKU.
On June 18, on his UX Evangelist blog, Stephen Chapman has posted a slide, allegedly from Microsoft, that shows what other features are slated to be part of this new Office 2010 SKU. The feature set for the Pro Plus SKU looks like this:
Office 2010 Pro Plus will add tighter server integration, according to the slide. Not only will the desktop client include more direct ties to SharePoint Server, but it sounds like it also could add deeper links with Office Communications Server and Microsoft's IP Rights Management technology.
The slide also includes acknowledgement of yet another alleged Office 2010 SKU, which Microsoft has yet to announce officially: Office 2010 Enterprise. That SKU will include the identical line-up of features as to what's in the Office 2010 Pro Plus SKU, according to the slide. If it is anything like Windows 7 Enterprise, Office 2010 Enterprise will be available to volume licensees with Software Assurance only.
(Given Chapman's past track record unearthing Microsoft presentations, I'm pretty confident this slide is real. I've asked Microsoft whether officials willl acknowledge that this slide and the information on it is real. I'm not hopeful that they'll do so, but I'll update this post if and when I hear back. Update: Microsoft officials declined to comment on the slide and information on it, beyond the fact that OneNote and SharePoint Workspace will be part of an Office 2010 SKU known as Pro Plus.)
Microsoft is planning to roll out invitation-only Community Technology Previews (CTPs) of Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 in July. A leaked CTP build of the Office 2010 client suite leaked to the Web in mid-May, and was widely downloaded from torrents.
A public Office 2010 beta is slated for later this year. Microsoft is aiming to deliver the final Office 2010 in the first half of 2010, company officials have said. Microsoft still has yet to unveil the planned Office 2010 SKU line-up or pricing.
A few months back we told you about public beta release of Service Pack 2 (SP2) for Microsoft Office 2010 version. The beta version of SP2 was released for Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 programs.
Now the good news is that Microsoft has released the final version of Office 2010 Service Pack 2 to public. This service pack is available for Office 2010, SharePoint 2010, Project 2010, Visio 2010 and a few other Office programs.
Service Pack 2 improves the compatibility of Microsoft Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 programs with Windows 8, Internet Explorer 10, Office 2013 and SharePoint 2013 programs. It also improves security, stability and performance of Office 2010 products.
Thanks for the quick news VG.I have 1 question. How can I slipstream the SP2 into Office 2010 SP1?*My office 2010 sp1 is NOT in a dvd. I copied the files from the dvd into my desktop.I want to slipstream sp2 and then burn it to a dvd.thx!
The Product Key is valid & MS office was came preinstalled+activated on my system before I reinstalled Windows 7×64.Do you know why is this happening?Thanks in Advance.MS Office Pro Plus x64Windows 7 Home Premium X64 2b1af7f3a8