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Can I Still Buy Microsoft Office 2010



If you're using Office 2010 at home, you'll still be able to use it, but we recommend you upgrade to a newer version of Office so you can stay up to date with all the latest features, patches, and security updates. To learn more about upgrading see How do I upgrade Office?




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For IT Pros and Microsoft 365 admins: If you're an admin still running Office 2010 in your organization, we strongly recommend that you upgrade your users to the latest version of Office as soon as possible. Review the following for additional guidance.


The public beta was available to subscribers of TechNet, MSDN and Microsoft Connect users on November 16, 2009.[51] On November 18, 2009, the beta was officially released to the general public at the Microsoft Office Beta website, which was originally launched by Microsoft on November 11, 2009 to provide screenshots of the new office suite.[52] Office 2010 Beta was a free, fully functional version and expired on October 31, 2010.[53]


Office 2010 is no longer supported, but you can still install and use it as long as you have an Office 2010 installation disc and a product key for it. Of course, you can also get the Microsoft Office 2010 download directly by clicking the following download links.


We recommend the latest versions (2016) of Microsoft Office products, but you can save a little by purchasing Office 2010 or 2013. The core applications are in both of these products, which also come in the same basic Home and Student, Home and Business editions. If you choose 2010, you will save money but lose some of the substantial updates. With 2013, you get the best of both worlds -- a Microsoft Office product that is inexpensive and still offers most of the power and features of the latest version of Microsoft Office.


The middle option between 2010 and 2016, 2013 tends to be the easiest option to miss. Either you want something up-to-date, or you want something cheap, and 2013 is not quite either of those things. MS Office 2013 still has features that recommend it. It has increased interconnectivity options that utilize OneNote cloud storage more, and that links different platforms so you can have all the same data on your phone, tablet, and computer. It has many updated features for the programs as well. And the price is still lower than 2016.


For instance, if you already own Microsoft Office 2007 Professional, you can buy the Office 2010 Home & Office version and save over $200. When installing it, select to keep the 2007 version Microsoft Access and Publisher. You still have the equivalent of the Professional suite, but without the extra expense.


Office 2016 for Mac and Office 2010 will reach their end of support on October 13, 2020. After this date, Microsoft will no longer provide technical support, bug fixes, or security updates for Office 2016 for Mac and Office 2010. You will still be able to use these versions of Office, but over time, organizations may face an increase in security risks and compliance issues.


We are still using Office 2010 but will be upgrading soon. Meanwhile, users are starting to get pop-up notification for Office 2010 end of support. Since the users do not have any control over the upgrade, is there a way to suppress these end-of-support notifications?


Thank you for your feedback Miriam. I work for a small city here in central Virginia and we were planning to upgrade about 1400 computers from Office 2010 to Office 2019 before Oct. this year but because of the virus situation we are working with very limited staffing and some employees have been furloughed. We still intend to implement the upgrade but estimate that it will occur around December/January. I hope simpleauth will not break between now and then.


But what if you're using a BlackBerry, Palm Pre, Apple iPhone or other non-Windows Mobile 6.5-based device? You're still in business. With the 2010 version of Office Mobile, Microsoft is releasing a set of Microsoft Office Web Apps--which you can access through a browser-and a set of Office viewer applications that will run on a wide variety of smartphones.


Office Mobile 2010Although Office Mobile 2010 is currently available only as a beta version, which means it's not yet final and may be a bit buggy, it's still a useful indicator of where Microsoft is planning to go with its suite for the mobile office. Office Mobile 2010 supports the core capabilities you need on the road, enabling you to open, view and edit Word 2010, Excel 2010 and PowerPoint 2010 files on a mobile device, in addition to earlier versions of Word (the files can be local or remote). You can even e-mail updated versions of these files to your colleagues as an attachment to an Outlook Mobile 2010 e-mail. In addition, there are improved features for zooming in and out of documents quickly, so you can see what a chart or page layout looks like, even on a small screen.


Office Web AppsIf you're not using a smartphone that runs Windows Mobile 6.5, you may still be able to use your smartphone to interact with files that you or your co-workers create using the Microsoft Office 2010 suite of applications. As part of the broader Office 2010 effort, Microsoft is building web-based versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote. You'll be able to run these applications through a browser.


Office document viewersFinally, if you just need to view (as opposed to edit) an Office 2010 document, spreadsheet or presentation from the road, Microsoft is building a new set of Office 2010 document viewers. There are two key features here that will excite the road warrior. First, when you log on to your office file server and open an Office 2010 doc using one of these document viewers, you're not actually downloading the entire document or presentation to your smartphone. The server will instead render the Office document as a web page and present the contents of the document that way. Instead of downloading a multimegabyte file and opening it on your device, the document viewer will pull down the equivalent of a web page for every page or slide you want to see, and that happens very quickly--far faster than if you were downloading complex slides.


Rosoff considers Office 2010 an "incremental" improvement over the last version, Office 2007, which redesigned its menu system with a graphical ribbon bar. He said some companies are still using Office 2003.


(c) 2009, The Seattle Times.Visit The Seattle Times Extra on the World Wide Web at www.seattletimes.com/Distributed by McClatchy-Tribune Information Services. Citation:Microsoft to kick off Office 2010 in June (2009, December 4)retrieved 1 April 2023from -12-microsoft-office-june.html This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Explore further


"Does anyone know where can I find the office 2010 product key? Cause I need to reinstall a Dell Computer and I am without the serial key of the Office, so have a lot of keys with me but I am afraid to install a key what is already installed in another computer of our company."


Need to know which versions of Microsoft Office you have installed? Here are the current versions of Microsoft Office, including Microsoft Office 2010, Office 2013, Office 2016, Office 2019 and Office 365 are all compatible with Windows 10. According to Microsoft website, the mentioned versions of Office below have been fully tested and are supported on Windows 10. If you upgrade to Windows 10, they will still be installed on your computer.


Hi Marc,At our agency we have over 200 AT users (Dragon, ZoomText, JFW, Dux, and Kurzweil). We use the following process to evaluate new software and for compatibility in our environment. This process may be helpful to you depending upon what resources you have available to you.Information resources installs and test the software for compatibility with the operating system, network and related security software and systems.The accessibility team installs the software and tests core functionality, the features and functionality that our users must have to do their jobs with keyboard, JFW, ZoomText and Dragon. (Dux and Kurzweil are file conversion tools so we evaluate that software separately).We recruit a group of volunteers who depend upon the AT to do their jobs for a user evaluation. We usually conduct a user evaluation for about a month letting them do their jobs with the new software and work with them to troubleshoot any problems or identify any compatibility problems.The results of the tests are used as part of the IT governance process to determine if and when the new software will be deployed. Training for AT users that covers how to use the new software with specific AT is frequently part of the roll out plan. This was critical when we moved from office 2003 to 2007 and will probably be needed again when we move from WinXP to Win7.Note, Duxbury still requires that MS Word files be saved in a .doc format for brailling.Mike Moore-----Original Message-----From: = EMAIL ADDRESS REMOVED = [mailto: = EMAIL ADDRESS REMOVED = ] On Behalf Of Marc SeguinSent: Wednesday, October 27, 2010 4:05 PMTo: = EMAIL ADDRESS REMOVED = Subject: [WebAIM] AT problems after upgrading to Microsoft Office 2010?Hello All, The government agency that I work with is now able to upgrade to and begin using Microsoft Office 2010 Professional. This is a big jump since they have been using Office 2003 and will continue using Windows XP. I read, I believe in, the JAWS-users-list that Outlook 2010 may not work well with certain versions of JAWS. This made me want to learn about any potential problems with using the 2010 version of programs such as Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and the already installed AT before my users take the plunge. Has anyone upgraded to Office 2010 and experienced any issues or incompatibility with the AT software that they have been using? I would be interested to learn about any AT problems with Office 2010, but the AT software that I am primarily concerned with is: Dragon Naturallyspeaking Professional 10+Duxbury Braille Translator 10.4+Zoomtext 9+JAWS 10 and 11Windows Eyes 7+Open Book 8 and 9 My users' situation may be a bit unique because this will be Office 2010 Professional rather than Home and Student or Home and Business versions. These are also government computers so some of the normal software functionality is blocked for security reasons and the users usually don't have admin rights to make system adjustments, etc. But, I would appreciate feedback that any type of user experienced with Office 2010 and AT software. Thanks, Marc 041b061a72


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