Advantages: Quite some, read the review Disadvantages: System requirement
...hardly use 75% of what Ms.Office suite has to offer and quite sure this applies to most.
WHY MS SUITE 2010 FOR HOME AND BUSINESS:
Before taking a look at its highs let me explore its system requirements which is quite demanding compared to its previous versions. To my mind anybody going for 2010 version of the Office Suite must first look into what he/she essentially requires to have Ms Office...
Advantages: Excellent range of features, easy to use. Disadvantages: A little expensive, especially if purchased on its own.
...currently unavailable. Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010, which contains Word, PowerPoint, Excel and OneNote, is currently available for £175. Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010, which contains Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher and Access is currently £439. If you're a student, there are discounted versions of these packages available.
It is definitely better value for money...
Advantages: Your office is on your computer Disadvantages: Advanced tools can be confusing
...everything is instant; as I type this a little green squiggly line has already appeared. It can only be Microsoft Office.
Microsoft Office is one of those system tools that are so obvious, but the brains behind it have thought of almost everything a user would require. First released in 1990, it is now a must have for businesses, students and homes.
Just as with any good product, new...