Microsoft Office 2010, SharePoint 2010 Offer New Tools for Businesses

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Microsoft Office 2010, SharePoint 2010 Offer New Tools for Businesses

by Nicholas Kolakowski

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Office 2010 applications, including Excel (seen here), utilize not only the Ribbon to access commands, but also Microsoft Office Backstage, which centralizes tasks such as share, save, print and publish.

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Office 2010 offers customizable themes and graphic layouts, along with upgraded picture-formatting tools, to make presentations and documents more multimedia.

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Word, PowerPoint, Excel and OneNote users can edit a file at the same time as other people, remotely.

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PowerPivot allows for the creation of user-generated BI solutions, allowing businesses to leverage Excel tools to drill down into massive amounts of data.

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Office 2010 introduces additional features to PowerPoint, seen here with Microsoft Office Backstage.

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PowerPoint's Broadcast Slide Show allows presentations to be shared through a Web browser.

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Visio 2010 allows the creation of data-driven visuals, with 66 preset templates, which refresh as new information becomes available.

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Outlook 2010 allows users to manage e-mails from multiple mailboxes, customize common tasks into single-click commands and use picture-editing and graphics tools to create more colorful messages.

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Outlook 2010's calendar feature lets users e-mail their calendar to others, in order to schedule, and offers a streamlined Schedule View.

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SharePoint 2010's new capabilities include the ability to connect to Web services and line-of-business data in the Office 2010 client.

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SharePoint 2010 dashboard.

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SharePoint 2010 profiles display not only an organization member's basic information, but also their social tags, status updates and related documents.

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SharePoint 2010 integrates with Office in a number of ways, including social tagging and document life-cycle management.

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SharePoint 2010 Document Center, where documents can be accessed and managed through the cloud.

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SharePoint 2010 allows users to share and interact with data, all the better to create in-depth reports.

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Outlook Social Connector bakes social networking information, contact information and communications history into Outlook. Microsoft partnered with companies such as LinkedIn to port their data into the feature.

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