Posts Tagged ‘Office 2010’

WZOR is at it again. Reportedly, A new Beta Build 14.0.4417.1000 of Microsoft Office 2010 has leaked in the wild. This Build features refreshed icons for all Office applications, slightly modified version of Backstage view, Upload Center (for Office Web Apps?) and a new logo for Office 2010.

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Microsoft has started sending invites for Office 2010 Technical Preview program. Those of you who recently signed up for this Technical Preview program might have got the email today from Microsoft, giving you the access to download the bits. However the Build 14.0.4006.1110 which is available on Microsoft Connect site is older than the most recently leaked Beta build 14.0.4302.1000.

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At Wordwide Partner Conference in New Orleans, Microsoft announced the technical preview of Microsoft Office 2010. Concurrently, Microsoft also revealed more details about Office Web Apps. The apps are lightweight, browser-based versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote.

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First it was Windows 7 RTM Build 7600 and now its Office 2010 Beta, it really is one of those days when the latest builds of both Windows 7 RTM Build 7600 and Office 2010 Beta has hit all over the web! The Build number for the leaked build of Office 2010 Beta is 14.0.4302.1000 and is available in both 32 and 64 bit flavors.

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Lets take a sneak peak at the most interesting new features introduced in Microsoft Word 2010. Word 2010 is a bundled component of the upcoming Office release dubbed “Microsoft Office 2010” scheduled to be shipped in year 2010.

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Office 2010 Technical Preview is out on the web everywhere in both 32 and 64 bit flavors. This is in fact the first Office version to be made available in both 32 and 64 bit versions.

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Microsoft today has announced the beta availability of Exchange 2010 and along with this they have also announced the key details about their entire next-gen Office productivity suite which is dubbed “Microsoft Office 2010”. Chris Capossela – Senior Vice President of Microsoft Information Worker Product Management Group talked to the press, enlightening them with details on Office 2010.

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