Microsoft Office 2010 Professional is an “office kit” that contains and combines desk applications, servers and services for operating systems like Windows. MS Office 2010 is the perfect tool kit for your office or home. You can create and save documents with different formats including .docx, .xlsx, and .pptx that were added in the 2007 and 2008 versions.
Download this software and start creating your work projects with ease and get professional quality results. There is a trial and a full version which includes other utilities such as PowerPoint and MS Word.
Today, I will share a transcription about MS Office Professional 2010 Beta. This transcribe tutorial will let you have a walkthrough on how to manage your MS Office Pro 2011– screen shots using the Outlook 2010 is provided below to answer all of your questions about your email server from Internet provider, or whether you are setting up your Gmail, Hotmail, or Yahoo email account. You can manually setup the server information, of course, and have it connected to those servers, and verify if the connection is good.
To manually set things up, go to the bottom and click on ‘manually configure settings or additional server types’. Put in all the information needed, and then this will verify if the connection is good.
Now, once you have all that setup, here is the look of the full screen Outlook 2010. I have changed the background color to grey. And of course, you can change how the application looks.
On the right hand side you have a calendar, which you can hide if you want. And if you just want to see your inbox and email, you can configure it by clicking on buttons and shortcuts on the lower right side –this will quickly let you view what you only need to view and hide everything else that you think is not necessary. Very customizable and quickly accessible to everything you need. See screen shot below:
On the bottom left corner, you have access to your calendars, mail, contacts, and tasks.
On the top right you have the ribbon interface where you can see File, Home, and the new tool bar which gives you access to all the features for your email, rules, filters and alerts.
You can also configure everything from the Send/Receive tab (you can send all at once), progress status bars, and the cancel all button (for canceling all downloads if needed).
Under the Folderoption, you can create new folders for your mail.
View Settings, obviously it is how you want to view mail and organize things.
Now when you go into options and settings – there are large icons so you can’t miss things. You can see the user interface options. Set up how you want things to be shown, how often you want the mail to be checked, how you want it to be displayed. Basically, you have a bunch of different options.
You can also have the mobile option, for smartphone connectivity.
Language options, of course is also available. More advanced options on customizing the look for the Outlook panes. You don’t need to settle for the default look. Outlook is part of the 2010 suite of apps.
The other apps in the office suite such as MS Excel, MS Publisher carry the same look and feel as Outlook. The ribbons, top tool bars and the links all appear throughout the suite.