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Microsoft Office 2010 In Pictures

Office 2010 is Microsoft's latest major software release, and it is packed full of features including Web application versions of Office apps, PowerPoint Broadcast, enhancements to Outlook's message management and overall user interface improvements.
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In the "backstage" view, which is accessible via the File tab in Office 2010 applications, users can have the document checked for compatibility and viewing issues before sharing -- for example, if the recipient is going to be viewing a document in a document reader, Word can ensure that there are no issues with the way the document is laid out, or with images embedded in the document.

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