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Microsoft Preparing For Launch Of Office 2010

Microsoft has revealed details about the Office 2010 enterprise software.

Revealed just days prior to the new software's release, the details (opens in new tab) show a huge amount of work going into making the software more web orientated and smartphone friendly.

The Office 2010 software suite includes web based versions of Word, Excel and Power Point which allow users to embed their files on a blog on the company's SharePoint servers or Microsoft's SkyDrive public blogs and will remain updated so long as users keep on updating their blogs.

Similarly, the mobile version of the software includes OneNote tool that has a 'Take a Photo' option that allows users to take and attach photos to the notes they write on the field.

This feature is not available on the web and desktop versions of the software, indicating that Microsoft wants users to use the software beyond their desktops.

Microsoft's Office 2010, which was released to manufacturing on 15 April, will bring a web oriented user interface to an Office productivity suite for the first time.major step toward helping consumers go truly wireless.

You can hear from Gordon Frazer and Scott Dodds from Microsoft UK on 12th May from 3pm BST. Then listen to Stephen Elop’s live keynote from New York on 12th May at 4pm BST.

You can choose from a variety of on-demand sessions that are relevant to you regarding the launch of Microsoft Office 2010 and Sharepoint Server 2010.

Plus, you’ll have an opportunity to ask questions and share comments with product experts, partners, and peers. More about this here (opens in new tab).