After the beta launch of Microsoft Office 2010, we’ve been covering many of the new features available through a series of articles here on groovyPost. Microsoft has just released a free e-book written by Katherine Murray which covers much of the new content available in Office 2010. The book is 14 chapters and 202 pages in length, so it’s a long read with a lot of technical jargon, but it can be very educational.
According to the Microsoft Press, this free download will only be available for a short time, and then it will become a paid download; after that, you’ll need an MSDN account to get it.
First Look Office 2010 covers a broad range of features available in the new 2010 edition of office.
If you’re still deciding whether or not to download it, here is a quick preview of the table of contents.
1 Welcome to Offce 2010
2 Express Yourself Effectively and Effciently
3 Collaborate in the Offce and Around the World
4 Create and Share Compelling Documents with Word 2010
5 Create Smart Data Insights with Excel 2010
6 Manage Rich Communications with Outlook 2010
7 Produce Dynamic Presentations with PowerPoint 2010
8 Organize, Store, and Share Ideas with OneNote 2010
9 Collaborate Effectively with SharePoint Workspace 2010
10 Create Effective Marketing Materials with Publisher 2010
11 Make Sense of Your Data with Access 2010
12 Next Steps with Offce 2010: Putting It All Together
13 Security in Offce 2010
14 Training Made Easy
Overall it’s a helpful groovy read, and the price is right! Here’s where to download it.
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