Get it while it's hot
Published on November 20, 2009 By CarGuy1 In Personal Computing

For those of you that are interested, the Office 2010 beta has been release.

You can get it at the link or via your download section if your a Technet subscriber. It looks pretty cool and there's a 64 bit edition availible also.


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on Nov 20, 2009

This is so cool a 2010 edition, can't wait

on Nov 20, 2009

......But......I'm still getting used to Office '07

on Nov 20, 2009

Shall check it out...

on Nov 20, 2009

Actually? The install Borked (Error 1935) on two separate downloads (from Technet) and delete/reboot.

Shelby GT...says his was missing several important parts compared to Office 2007 Pro Plus which we both have.

Thanx for the notice, Cars...but decided two failed installations and Shelby's conversation convinced me to forget it.

on Nov 20, 2009

I'll stick with Open Office.

on Nov 20, 2009

i installed from technet the other day. it's running great here, doc

on Nov 20, 2009

oh yeah...checkin that out

thanx for the heads up...gotta flow with the new tech

on Nov 20, 2009

What can I say, MadDeez?

on Nov 20, 2009

Office2000 (with Outlook 2003) still hummin' along fine here, does everything I need (and lots I don't).  Only reason OL2003 (which I hate, BTW - OL2000 was much cleaner) installed is for MobileMe/iPhone sync.

on Jan 23, 2011

If you're an OpenOffice user and don't already know, LibreOffice is essentially the heart, soul, and refuge of OpenOffice after Oracle made it quite clear that they would reduce support for development.  I fully expect LO to be packaged with Ubuntu in place of OO in the near future.

http://www.libreoffice.org/

http://www.documentfoundation.org/

I'm a regular Office user but have great respect for what OO and LO do.

on Jan 23, 2011

SirBedwyr
If you're an OpenOffice user and don't already know, LibreOffice is essentially the heart, soul, and refuge of OpenOffice after Oracle made it quite clear that they would reduce support for development.  I fully expect LO to be packaged with Ubuntu in place of OO in the near future.

http://www.libreoffice.org/

http://www.documentfoundation.org/

I'm a regular Office user but have great respect for what OO and LO do.

Check this post:

http://forums.wincustomize.com/404347

 

on Jan 23, 2011

Just recently installed Libre 3.3 after hearing from DrJBHL that Oracle had taken over Open Office. I use Oo for all my documents, especially for my book. Now I got Lo in its place and its still a freebie whereas Microstuff's Office isn't.

on Jan 23, 2011

Ah, missed that one.

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