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Microsoft Office Professional 2010 helps make your work shine. It brings together top-of-the-line tools to help you create professional-looking documents and presentations, and stay organized and connected. Includes one year of technical support.
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Office 2010 continues to improve on what was started decades ago. Of course there are still plenty of areas for improvement, so I'm looking forward to the next release as well. For now, I'll keep digging into this and learning more and more everyday.
With the continuing improvements to Open Office, this outrageously overpriced suite from Microsoft is rapidly becoming obsolete. However, it has so many users that one stil needs to be able to open a ".doc" or ".docx" file. and MS Access is still the best small-business database out there.
I chose this downloadable version in order to save a BUNCH of money and I needed it NOW.
Seems quite convenient. But the download is not trivial. Don't start it in the early evening when everyone and their dog is surfing the net.
After the download come the installation process, which can be a harrowing experience.
I got the "error 2203" thing which puts up a screen with some info on where to go for help . But said info can't be copied and pasted so its essentially useless.
The solution is to ignore the advice in the message, Google "MS OFFICE ERROR 2203" or whatever error you are getting. You will be instructed to change a bunch of internal system settings that normal people should not EVER be messing with.
The big mystery here is why Microsoft is incapable of creating an error-free installation that will work on their own operating system. Once you have done all that stuff, you are ready to try the installation again. But WHERE idid AMAZON put the installation file? Not where they say it is. It's in a folder on your desktop.
BIG annoyance here, that I don't get to pick where Amazon will put the file.
The first time I re-tried it, I got "an error has occurred". No error number, no hints, no nothing. A re-boot solved that one.
It DID, finally, achieve a clean installation. But I was holding my breath the whole time, expecting another error.
Long story short, If you don't need Access, or Publisher, you can probably find everything that you need in (FREE) Open Office , avoid a huge expense and a lot of hassle.
Runs a lot faster than the old version of office, and the help files are a big plus.