Stay organized and on top of your work.
OneNote 2010 allows you to pull together everything from daily sales figures to digital images, so all the information you need is easily accessible. You can also create side notes that stay on your screen as you move between different programs, so you can keep your thoughts organized as you multi-task.
Get control of your e-mail.
The Conversation View, Clean Up, and Ignore features in Outlook 2010 can remove duplicate information and act like a “mute button” for your inbox. MailTips provide notices before a message is sent to protect information leakage or embarrassing mistakes.
Share instantly with Broadcast Slide Show in PowerPoint.
Broadcast Slide Show in PowerPoint 2010 allows you to present a slideshow directly from PowerPoint to any audience member who can access a Web browser.* Simply send out an e-mail invitation with a Web link and the recipients can follow along in their browser while you control the presentation from your PC. Choose between a locally-hosted broadcast service, a free service provided over the Internet through Microsoft PowerPoint Live, or both. Now you can hold spontaneous meetings with customers and partners with security in mind and save on third-party broadcasting tools.
Communicate and share files with more safeguard features.
Like a background check for incoming files, Trusted Documents and Protected View determine the trustworthiness of an e-mail attachment or file. If not trusted, it can still be previewed in a protected area —as part of the new layered defense that’s built into Office 2010.
Create professional materials that set you apart.
New easy-to-use image and video editing tools, text effects, design templates, and dramatic slide transitions transform any document from simple to sophisticated.
Make quicker and more informed business decisions.
Sparklines in Excel 2010 help show trends in a single cell right next to the corresponding data and new conditional formatting styles highlight specific items such as “max/min” in a single click. Both help turn raw data into smart decisions —from identifying your most profitable customers to tailoring business processes.
Increase productivity with more intuitive access to everyday commands.
The Microsoft Office Backstage view makes opening or finishing a document, including opening new or existing files, defining document properties, and sharing your information easier than ever. And the Ribbon toolbar, now in all applications, helps you uncover new commands to produce more polished work.
Easily execute impactful direct marketing campaigns.
Using Outlook 2010 with Business Contact Manager, you have easy-to-use guidelines that lead you through the process of creating marketing campaigns — from compiling mailing lists, to distributing materials and even analyzing your campaign’s results.
Respond faster when you’re away from the office.
The new Office Web Apps are online companions to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote that let you review and make light edits to documents from a browser.* Better yet, because Web Apps can be hosted on premises — with SharePoint — you’ll know that document contents and formatting will be maintained at all times.
Do more on your phone with Office Mobile 2010.
Office Mobile 2010 enables you people to share, edit, and comment on documents with their smartphones, using a familiar Office experience best suited to mobile devices.* Also, you can use the Web Apps through the browser of a smartphone to make edits and view documents without losing any formatting or content. Extend your Office experience to stay up to date and do much more than just read e-mail from your mobile device.
* An appropriate device, Internet connection, and Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Safari browser are required. Some mobile functionality requires Microsoft Office Mobile 2010, which is not included in Microsoft Office 2010 applications, suites, or Office Web Apps. There are some differences between the features of the Office Web Apps, Office Mobile 2010, and the Office 2010 applications.
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