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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Reviews Microsoft Office Home and Student 2007

Microsoft Office Home and Student 2007



Products by Microsoft

Platform: Windows Vista / XP

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Product Details

* Includes 2007 versions of Excel, PowerPoint, Word, and OneNote
* Essential software suite for home computer users makes it a pleasure to complete schoolwork and other tasks
* Work with confidence and security thanks to the improved automatic Document Recovery tool and the Document Inspector tool, which removes personally identifiable information from your document
* Intuitive user interface that exposes commonly used commands; updated graphics and formatting galleries help you to easily produce high-quality documents
* Enhanced Help system includes online tutorials with step-by-step instructions; includes OneNote, a digital notebook that helps you gather, organize, and search many types of information in one place

* Platform: Windows Vista / XP
* Media: CD-ROM
* Item Quantity: 1


# Shipping Weight: 9.1 ounces
# Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.


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Reviews Microsoft Office Home and Student 2007


Microsoft offers 2007 the "ribbon", a new and more intuitive to access features that we used to find in the menus. While the features are basically the same, they are now grouped according to when and how you would normally use. The program ran fine on my Win XP laptop, which had RAM 512MB , and it works even better on my Vista laptop with RAM 2 GB . Microsoft offers 2007 groups are accessible by clicking on tabs that are arranged in the order you want to use. The best way to get a better understanding of this change is to check the screenshots, or download a free trial version of Microsoft Office.

I know other software has allowed this for sometime, but the ability to make a document that will launch in Adobe Reader with all the functionality of Word or Excel is something I've been waiting for. I'm surprised no one is talking about the ability to save documents in .pdf (what was once exclusive to Adobe).