("Office 2010 features," 2013) You can edit your pictures right on some of the individual programs on Office and you can even add eye catching artistic effect to any or all pictures you want. Office 2010 simplifies how you find and use features. The new Microsoft Office Backstage view replaces the traditional File menu to give you centralized and easy access to operations such as save, share, print, and publish. With the improved Ribbon, you can access more commands quickly and customize it to fit your work style.
("Office 2010 features," 2013) You can bring new insights to your information and make better decisions by turning complexity into clarity with new visualization tools in Excel 2010. Add a visual summary of your analysis alongside your values with tiny charts called Sparklines. Use a Slicer to dynamically filter data in a PivotTable or PivotChart and display only the relevant details.
("Office 2010 features," 2013) You can also break down location and communication barriers with new co-authoring capabilities in Office 2010, you can edit your files simultaneously with people in different locations. Co-authoring is available in Word 2010, PowerPoint 2010, OneNote 2010, Excel Web App, and OneNote Web App. ("Office 2010 features," 2013) Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 gives you more ways to create and share dynamic presentations with your audience than ever before. Exciting new audio and visual capabilities help you tell a crisp, cinematic story that’s as easy to create as it is powerful to watch. PowerPoint 2010 also allows you to work together with other people or post your presentation online and access it from virtually anywhere using the Web or your smartphone.
("Powerpoint 2010 features," 2013) You can also create extraordinary presentations by embedding and editing videos from within PowerPoint. You can add fades, formatting effects, bookmark scenes, and trim videos to give your presentations a professional multimedia experience. And since the embedded videos become part of your PowerPoint presentation, you don’t have to manage additional files when sharing with others.
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You can work together more successfully by broadcasting your slide show to people in other locations, whether or not they have PowerPoint installed. Create a video of your presentation—including your transitions, animations, narration, and timings—to share with virtually anyone, any time after your live broadcast.
("Powerpoint 2010 features," 2013) With PowerPoint your ideas, deadlines, projects, and work emergencies don’t occur as often as when you are at your desk. Fortunately, you now have the power to get things done when and where you need to, from the Web or even from your smartphone.
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