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 if you aren’t used to reading technical jargon all the time, 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. Once that happens you’ll need a MSDN account to get it.
First Look Office 2010 covers a wide variety 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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