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<br /> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; While Office 2007 wasn't the turkey that Windows Vista turned out to be, rather like Windows 7, Office 2010 has the feeling of completing the process started by the 2007 version. While the Ribbon interface in 2007 was used sparingly and was in its early stages, in 2010 it completely takes over and the package benefits greatly from returning to a uniform and consistent interface.<br /> Overall, Office 2010 seems unlikely to damage people's faith in the suite. Most of the new features are overwhelmingly positive and though the migration from 2003, which is still widely used, to 2010 would be a very difficult one due to the radically different interface, if you're not already on 2007 then 2010 is definitely worth considering. Upgrading from 2007 might not be quite so clear cut. While there are interface improvements over 2007, their impact will depend to a greater extent on how you use Office. Hardcore power users may well spot the differences more easily, but most people only use a fraction of the suite's capabilities and they're less likely to see the benefits.<br /> <br /> <img alt="" src="" /><br /> <br /> <br /> <a target="_blank" href="">Read more...</a><br />

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