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Friday, 27 November 2009 14:03

Office 2010 to ship in June 2010

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Microsoft goes on record


A Sharp eye of a beta tester has spotted that Office 2010 might come out from beta in June 2010. At this time this is a beta product and you can toy around with it, but the official launch is June 2010.

According to Office beta website „The final version (of Office 2010) will be available to the public for purchase in June 2010“

They don’t even use conditional in case something might go wrong, and they sound quite solid that they can ship this product in June 2010. If you are one of the people who would like to buy it this is good news for you and Office 2010 is expected to have three versions Office Starter 2010, Office Home and Student 2010 as well as Office Home and Business 2010.

Office Starter 2010 comes with Word and Excel both with limited features, Office Home and Student 2010 comes with full versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and One Note, but lacks Outlook, while Office Home and Business 2010 has all these applications and Outlook. 

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