The Reasonably Priced MS Office 2010 Has Four Retail Versions

The Microsoft Office module is one of the most widely used software products and has always been the most revenue generating product of Microsoft after Windows, around the globe.

The latest in the Office module is the Microsoft Office 2010 which is available for the public beta testing and will be in the final finished form in the second half of this year. According to the development team at Microsoft, the latest version will have four retail versions actually to suit different sections viz. Home and Student, Home and Business, Professional, and an Academic version of the MS Office Professional.

MS Office 2010

The significant change in the latest Office version is found in terms of usage or the license keys making it easy for the buyers to pay less by letting go off the full boxed copy in favor of a card with only a single product key code. Consecutively, these product key cards are compatible with only PC while the boxed copies are good for installation on two PCs, with the exception of one retail version i.e. Home and Student (which is licensed for use on up to 3 machines).

The MS Office Professional which is relatively priced at $499 by Microsoft is expected to provide more accessibility options and user-friendly features. This Office which consists of Excel 2010, Word 2010, PowerPoint 2010, Access 2010, Outlook 2010, OneNote 2010, Publisher 2010, premium technical support, and the browser-based Office Web Apps, is awesomely priced at a mere $99 for the academics and the students.

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