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September 28, 2009

Office 2010: Is It Worth an Upgrade?


Office 2010 will be coming out in the first half of next year offering more features and options for collaboration, easy access, and improvements in integration and functionality.

      But will Office 2010 offer enough for current Office users to upgrade?
      Will an upgrade be worth it for you?

I recently wrote an article with my colleague J. Peter Bruzzese that takes a closer look at the latest improvements in Access, Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, OneNote and Publisher to help you make the right decision.

So if you’re interested in learning more about Office 2010 or if you’re considering upgrading, you’ll want to take a look at: Office 2010: Is It Worth an Upgrade?


About the Author

is an accomplished instructor who has taught over 4,000 students at the high school, college, and adult levels. Specializing in computer applications, writing, and literature, she holds a degree in English and Secondary Education, an Illinois Type 09 Initial Teaching Certificate, and is a Microsoft Certified Master for Office 2003. While her energetic and easy-to-follow style is ideal for beginners to computer applications, her knowledge, thoroughness, and foresight in potential problems will satisfy the more proficient user.