Microsoft Office Professional 2010 – 2PC/1User (Disc Version) Reviews

Microsoft Office Professional 2010 – 2PC/1User (Disc Version)

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People get a wide range of powerful new ways to do their best work from more places.Memory: 256 MB RAM; 512 MB recommended for graphics features, Outlook Instant Search, and certain advanced functionality.Computer and processor: 500 MHz or faster processor.Operating System: Windows XP with Service Pack (SP) 3 (32-bit operating system (OS) only) or Windows Vista with SP1, Windows 7, Windows Server 2003 with SP2 and MSXML 6.0, Windows Server 2008, or later 32- or 64-bit OS.Organize projects, manag


  • Updates to Excel, PowerPoint, Word and Outlook.
  • Includes 2010 versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher and Access.
  • Microsoft Office Professional 2010 gives you the tools to manage your business, connect with customers and organize your life.
  • Access 2010 is your database expert?ideal for tracking inventory and customer information with templates designed to make the process simple.
  • Create engaging brochures, newsletters and emails with professional designs available on Publisher 2010.

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I have been receiving Error Code 646 for the following three items that Windows Update has been trying to inst?

I have been receiving Error Code 646 for the following three items that
Windows Update has been trying to install: Security Update for Microsoft
Visio Viewer 2007; and these two updates: Security Update for 2007 Microsoft
Office System.
I tried to install them both yesterday and today and still the same result.
I am running Windows Vista Ultimate SP2.
What can I do to resolve this?

Microsoft Office System best answer:

Answer by GroundHog
Here you go. This process comes direct from Microsoft

1. Click Start and type MSCONFIG in the search bar then press enter
2. Click on tools
3. Scroll down to- disable UAC ( that stands for User Account Control) and highlight
4. Click launch
5. Click on start (Microsoft symbol) and restart your computer
6. Reinstall the programs

Good luck

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  1. 194 of 202 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great upgrade in most programs. Disappointing changes in Publisher., June 18, 2010
    Surgery100 “ADJ” (Washington, DC) –

    This review is from: Microsoft Office Professional 2010 – 2PC/1User (Disc Version) (CD-ROM)

    I’ve had an opportunity to use Office 2010 Beta edition for a couple of months now and now that I see the full, final, edition I can say that this is a very worthwhile upgrade, except or Publisher. First things first, I am not a techie. I am someone who uses Word, Excel and PowerPoint on a very regular basis, who really liked some of the changes in Office 2007 but who thought some things needed tweaking, so when given the opportunity for the beta edition I jumped on it and have not been disappointed. Office 2010 is to Office 2007 what Windows 7 was to Vista; that is, there are not many breakthrough, drastically different features, but a whole lot of polishing and cleanup to make it easier and more efficient. Overall, the program seems to run faster, incorporates many of the most commonly used options and makes them more accessible (eliminating many dialog boxes and tabs) and allows for more customization.

    At first glance it looks very much like its predecessor, the ribbon is back and it is now also found on OneNote. There are plenty of sites that will give you a play-by-play on all the features available in this new version, so I’m just going to mention some of the biggest improvements that I’ve seen.

    1) The biggest change is the addition of the web apps. It may not be a true direct competitor to google docs, but it allows for easier sharing of documents, as well as making your documents more accessible.
    2) The ribbon is back and it now includes the “File” option and a new feature called “Backstage view.” Backstage view incorporates the most commonly used actions in one place (yay! no more dialog boxes with tabs). You get the usual open, save and print, but you also get several templates for new documents, print layouts and ways to share your work, all without dialog boxes and tabs, everything is much more easily accessible.
    3) Another new feature is that the ribbon is now customizable so you can organize it according to your needs.
    4) There is a Paste Preview which lets you switch between paste options so you can make sure that your work will be formatted correctly.

    1) Publisher doesn’t add enough to make paying for the Professional version worthwhile. There is certainly some eye-candy, but the most useful tools are missing.

    Changes in PowerPoint.
    You can now edit video directly on PowerPoint. You can trim a video, add effects, fades and even triggers for animations for the presentation. Another new feature is that you can add effects and edit images without the need for third party software.

    Changes in Word.
    One nifty new feature in Word is called “Navigation pane,” which replaces the old document map. It incorporates minor changes in design that make big changes in productivity and ease of use. It allows you to quickly rearrange the document. Take for example a document with several headings/sections. The Navigation pane provides a list of all the headings. The headings are live, so you can drag them up or down, thus rearranging the document. It also incorporates most of the functions that used to be available in the “Find” dialog box but now they are all visible so you don’t have to go digging through several menus to find the option that you need.

    Changes in Excel.
    Most of the changes in Excel deal with very large datasets. There is a new PowerPivot add-in which works great if you are dealing with a very large dataset that does not fit in one Excel spreadsheet. PowerPivot pulls the data from multiple sources (several Excel spreadsheets for instance) to analyze it.

    Changes in Outlook.
    There is a ribbon, and this makes for a huge improvement. You can turn long email threads into conversations so you can find information from a specific participant without having to read entire threads. You can also filter out or ignore entire threads on a particular subject, including future emails. Be careful though, you can unknowingly eliminate important future emails because they have the same subject title as a conversation you ignored in the past.

    Changes in Publisher.
    The least improved program. There are some new templates and the ribbon makes you see every tool easily; however, some of the best image tools from the rest of Office are missing. There are not as many picture styles as there are in Word or PowerPoint; it doesn’t have an artistic effects tool (such as color saturation or tone controls) and it doesn’t have the Remove Background tool.

    Overall, except for Publisher, this is one well planned and executed upgrade that essentially takes all the promises of Office 2007 and makes them a reality. Yes, some things are different, and it will take some getting used to; but, once you realize the improvement in efficiency you’ll agree that the changes are mostly for the positive. Unless you REALLY use Publisher a lot, you’re…

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  2. 283 of 298 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Nice but Overpriced!, June 15, 2010
    Michael L. Tomlinson “Parson 1861” (FPO, AE United States) –

    This review is from: Microsoft Office Professional 2010 – 2PC/1User (Disc Version) (CD-ROM)

    This version offers some great improvements over Office 2007: Customizable ribbons and the File tab instead of the MS Button (which confused everyone), combined with improved graphics and font options are fantastic!! Office 2010 combines the best of older versions (2003, etc.) with the best of 2007. It would be a real winner except . . . .

    Microsoft’s decision to throw loyal customers under the bus in favor of “simplified pricing” means upgrade costs are prohibitive! Don’t be duped into buying the “activation key” card, thinking of it as an upgrade path. The “Activation Key” version can ONLY be installed on one computer – Ever!! It cannot be transferred if you upgrade or change primary work systems – Doesn’t even sound like it be reinstalled if you have to reinstall the OS for some reason. Given increasing competition from online apps and a tight economy — I hope Microsoft seriously reconsiders its pricing!

    Bottom Line: 10% improvement – 100% cost = Poor ROI for repeat customers!! There is a reason that 80% of all computers still run Windows XP – Microsoft is not creating products that people/businesses feel are worth the investment! Businesses have traditionally found that repeat customers save $$$ in advertising and support versus finding/creating/informing new customers that it is worth rewarding existing customers. Apparently Microsoft believes that it can balance it’s loss of market share by refusing to reward repeat customers — and to claim it is “simplified pricing” is simply lame!

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  3. 315 of 356 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Incredibly Dumb Pricing, July 18, 2010
    J.D. Cahill “J.D. Cahill” (Kalispell, MT) –

    This review is from: Microsoft Office Professional 2010 – 2PC/1User (Disc Version) (CD-ROM)

    The company I work for upgraded to MS Office Professional 2010. “Surgery100 ADJ” did a nice job on the review of MS Office 2010. I really don’t have much to add. But what I will add is that there is not a snowball’s chance I will pay such a high price for an upgrade for two reasons: 1. I am satisfied enough with MS Office 2007 and I feel compelled to make a principled stand in not buying this product due to the price. Are the people at Microsoft completely clueless about the current state of the economy? And I don’t see the economy getting much better soon. 2. The benefit for the cost is simply not there. After the Vista fiasco, I would think that Microsoft would be more accommodating with their long time customers rather than trying to extort them.

    I wish nobody would purchase MS Office 2010 until Microsoft comes to their senses. I know this isn’t a good product review; and I fully expect to receive quite a few “Not Helpful’s”, but having used Office 2010 at work, and Office 2007 at home, I don’t see a lot of benefit to upgrading to 2010 soley due to the price – The cost outweighs any and all improvements.

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