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Microsoft Word 2010 (PC) £94.99 @ Play

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Minimum Requirements Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista or Windows 7 Processor: 500 MHz or higher Memory: 256 MB or higher Hard Disk: 1.5 GB - a portion of the disk space will be freed after instal… Read More
-Tom Avatar
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Minimum Requirements
Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista or Windows 7
Processor: 500 MHz or higher
Memory: 256 MB or higher
Hard Disk: 1.5 GB - a portion of the disk space will be freed after installation if the original download package is removed from the hard drive
DVD drive
You don't need to replace hardware that is capable of running Office 2007 it will support Office 2010
Microsoft Word 2010 offers the best of all worlds: enhanced features to create professional-quality documents, easier ways to work together with people, and almost-anywhere access to your files. Designed to give you the finest document-formatting tools, Word 2010 helps you organize and write your documents more efficiently. In addition, you can save documents online and access, edit, and share them from almost any Web browser.1 Your documents stay within reach so you can capture your best ideas whenever and wherever they occur.
This information is based on specifications supplied by manufacturers and should be used for guidance only.
Description

Discover an improved search and navigation experience.
Locating the information you need is faster and easier in Word 2010. With the new and improved Find experience, you can now view a summary of search results in a single pane, and click to access any individual result. The improved Navigation Pane provides you a visual outline of your document so you can browse, sort, and find what you need quickly.

Work with others without having to wait your turn.
Word 2010 redefines the way people can work together on a document. With co-authoring, you can edit papers and share ideas with others at the same time.1 You can also view the availability of others who are authoring a document with you and can easily initiate a conversation without leaving Word.

Add visual effects to your text.
With Word 2010, you can apply formatting effects such as shadow, bevel, glow, and reflection to your document text as easily as applying bold or underline. You can spell-check text that uses visual effects, and add text effects to paragraph styles. Many of the same effects used for images are now available to both text and shapes, enabling you to seamlessly coordinate all of your content.

Turn your text into compelling diagrams.
Word 2010 offers you more options to add visual impact to your documents. Choose from dozens of additional SmartArt Graphics to build impressive diagrams just by typing a bulleted list. Use SmartArt to transform basic, bullet-point text into compelling visuals that better illustrate your ideas.

Add visual impact to your document.
New picture-editing tools in Word 2010 enable you to add special picture effects without additional photo-editing software. You can easily adjust pictures with color saturation and temperature controls. You also get improved tools for easier and more precise cropping and image correction, to help you turn a simple document into a work of art.

Recover work you thought was lost.
After working on that document for awhile, did you accidentally close it without saving? No problem. Word 2010 lets you recover draft versions of recently edited files as easily as opening any file, even if you never saved the document.

Insert screenshots and handwriting into your documents.
Capture and insert screenshots directly from Word 2010 to quickly and easily incorporate visual illustrations into your work. When you use a tablet-enabled device such as a Tablet PC or Wacom tablet, you get improved tools for formatting ink as easily as you format shapes.

Accomplish more with an enhanced user experience.
Word 2010 simplifies how you access features. The new Microsoft Office Backstage view replaces the traditional File menu to let you save, share, print, and publish your documents with just a few clicks. With the improved Ribbon, you can access your favorite commands even more quickly by customizing tabs or creating your own to personalize the experience to your work style.
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#1
The Full office student edition is £30, Register at a local college for a £20 part time course and save a bundle overall. This is just word and becuase of that it is quite expensive for all it is.
#2
It may well be a good price relatively, I have no idea to be honest. But £95 for a word processor program is a horrific price is it not?! Imagine taking that onto Dragon's Den.
#3
for word on its own! sorry
#4
The software might be great but imo its not worth that much, especially when there are quite a few free alternatives.
#5
This is a far better option. Microsoft Office 2010 Professional Plus, has everything included, Word, Excel etc etc and its £38.95 for licence for 2 x Pcs if you fit the criteria and most do. You need to be student or have children at school or college. Saved us a fortune.

http://www.software4students.co.uk/Microsoft_Office_2010_Professional_Plus-details.aspx
banned#6
Just buy works for £8, has word as part of it... Or buy the Home edition with xcel, powerpoint etc for £79.... This is shockingly bad
#7
obligatory FOSS plug:

You can always Go-oo ;)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Go-oo
#8
terrible price - ice cold :(
2 Likes #9
I prefer OpenOffice, the interface and the price ;)
#10
sbleh
The Full office student edition is £30, Register at a local college for a £20 part time course and save a bundle overall. This is just word and becuase of that it is quite expensive for all it is.

£20 course - what planet are you? in reading/wokingham you are looking at £50 for a course
#11
deathtrap3000
The software might be great but imo its not worth that much, especially when there are quite a few free alternatives.

true but openoffice isnt quite as good - about 90% as good...but i use it as its free

if ms office was £30 id buy it

Edited By: royals on Sep 25, 2010 05:05: e
#12
royals
sbleh
The Full office student edition is £30, Register at a local college for a £20 part time course and save a bundle overall. This is just word and becuase of that it is quite expensive for all it is.

£20 course - what planet are you? in reading/wokingham you are looking at £50 for a course

Yeah but you live darn sarf! (_;)
#13
To be honest I'm struggling for a reason why even a newbie to this forum would consider £94 quid for Word a hot deal.......
#14
imdave
I prefer OpenOffice, the interface and the price ;)


+1
#15
I use openoffice too, has a full range of features such as spreadsheets, database etc too... and doesn't cost a penny, has regular updates and doesn't take up as much resources or hard disk space either.. and best of all is portable and can be loaded onto a USB device so you can use it wherever you have access to a USB port (unless your computer admins decide otherwise)
#16
Sorry thought it was office ie excel one note powerpoint etc. sorry
#17
£95??? You're out of your tree.
#18
Open office is is geat if your doing your own thing, but in a professional environment, being able to use Microsoft Office will mean something.
1 Like #19
royals
sbleh
The Full office student edition is £30, Register at a local college for a £20 part time course and save a bundle overall. This is just word and becuase of that it is quite expensive for all it is.


£20 course - what planet are you? in reading/wokingham you are looking at £50 for a course



Earth mate, no need to be a tard becuase your citys cheapest is £50.
#20
ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
#21
unfortunately extremely cold, it is even possible to buy same version cheaper somewhere else...
#22
software4students

+1

way cheaper also if u work for the nhs i think they have a similar thing as they do for student
#23
sash

way cheaper also if u work for the nhs


Not any more, the contract for cheap NHS MS software has expired.
#24
is this the coldest item yet on here?! -755!
#25
I hope to God that nobody buys this...

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