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Office 2010 Reporting for Duty

IT has been able to get Office 2010 for some weeks. Now it is consumers' turn to pick up the new suite by either moseying on down to your local computer store or simply download the thing.

I interacted with over a dozen Redmond Report readers who were beta testers and, by and large, you all loved it. The only real sticking point is those that still hate the Ribbon. But then again, Ribbon haters aren't likely to be testing Office 2010.

What is your take on the Ribbon or Office 2010? Share those thoughts at [email protected]

Posted by Doug Barney on 06/16/2010 at 1:17 PM


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