Should I Upgrade to Office 2010?

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The fact of the matter is, many of us don’t need the insanely powerful feature set offered by Office 2010 (or even older versions of Office) for the basic document creation and spreadsheet editing we do from day to day. (Hell, you can even tackle mail merge with Gmail and Google Spreadsheets.) What’s more, absolutely free, open-source tools like OpenOffice.org provide many of the more powerful features you’d want from a desktop office suite.

Did you upgrade?  Will you upgrade?  I will when things slow down.

Link: http://lifehacker.com/5537569/…

How to get Office 2010 at a rock-bottom price

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If you’re considering an Office 2010 upgrade, be sure you learn the lesson of Windows 7. Microsoft offers its best prices to early adopters. Those who wait pay more.

Blog post contains ways to save from 30% to 50%…

Link: http://www.zdnet.com/blog/bott/…

Office 2010: The Movie

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See the new Office 2010 icons

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I don’t like them. Hate that font used in the letters.

Link:
http://cybernetnews.com/office-2010-icon-pack/

Office 10 – Outlook

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Just read this:

It’s all too common to drown in email every day. Luckily, Microsoft® Outlook® 2010 gives you tools you need to stay on top of practically everything. Save valuable inbox space with improved email conversation tracking and management. Compress long e-mail threads into a few conversations that can be categorized, filed, ignored, or cleaned up with a few clicks. From advanced email organization and search to a completely redesigned look, Outlook 2010 provides you with a world-class experience to stay productive and stay in touch with all of your networks.

That makes me interested. Might just get me to upgrade.