Posts Tagged ‘Powerpoint’

How to resolve incorrect file associations in Microsoft Office 2010

This article may interest you, if when you double click an Excel (.xls or .xlsx), Word (.doc or .docx) or PowerPoint (.ppt or .pptx) 2010 file and it fails to open. Continue reading

STAMP and DAISY, accessibility add-ins for Office 2010 from Microsoft

The beta versions of two new add-ins – STAMP and DAISY that help make Office documents more accessible has been released by Microsoft. The add-ins are available for download at Continue reading

Spruce up your Office 2010 documents with the ‘5 minute document makeovers’ for Microsoft Office 2010

You can transform your Microsoft Office 2010 documents from good to great in 5 minutes! Continue reading

Microsoft Office 2010 user is unable to open Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files or email attachments

If you are unable to open an Excel 2010, Word 2010, or PowerPoint 2010 file from Outlook or from the Internet, and you get an error message, then you may want to try this solution. Continue reading

Microsoft Official Box Art: Word, Excel & PowerPoint for Mac 2011.

Microsoft has announsed that Office for Mac 2011 will be available starting October 26. Below are the Continue reading 2011 Calendar Template Contest Launched

Microsoft has announced the 2011 calendar template contest yesterday. Users can submit calendar templates in Continue reading

Free Download: Microsoft Office 2010 migration guides

Are you thinking about upgrading to Microsoft Office 2010? Each upgrade brings exciting new features, but new versions of Continue reading

Introducing the Microsoft Interactive Classroom

Microsoft Interactive Classroom helps interaction and collaboration between educators and students by enabling the creation of classroom polls using PowerPoint, and sharing content with students using OneNote. Continue reading

What can Microsoft Office 2010 Starter Edition do and cannot do?

Microsoft has introduced the Office Starter 2010, as a free but ad-supported version. But it has its limitations!

Microsoft Office 2010 Starter Edition can do the following things:

1. Create and edit simple Word documents and Excel spreadsheets
2. Open existing Word and Excel files
3. Manage a simple budget
4. Writing letters
5. Basic text work

Microsoft Office 2010 Starter Edition cannot do the following things:

1. Create PowerPoint presentations
2. Sending emails and keeping track of his calendar with Outlook
3. Organize notes with OneNote
4. Using macros
5. Modify toolbar
6. Retrieving external data in Excel
7. Insert table of contents, footnotes and bibliography
8. Remove advertisements.
9. Track Changes Add comments and use Track Changes
10. Analyzing data with pivot tables
11. Create professional documents with SmartArt graphics.

Office Starter 2010 is designed for home users who are not ready to buy a full version of Office 2010.,