Office 15 Screenshots & Videos Leaked

by on March 14, 2011
in Microsoft, Windows

Microsoft Office 15 is the next major update to the office suite of applications from Microsoft.

A number of leaks have happened in the past few days. Two leaks of Windows 8 images and now Office 15 screenshots have leaked.

The new Microsoft Office 15 screenshots show an updated ribbon interface, but does not have the ‘Metro’ UI that everyone is talking about, plus it is expected that Microsoft will be using its Metro UI in all its products, including Windows 8.

Office 15 Screenshots

Office 15 Video

[Via Neowin]

Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac Leaked Screenshots

by on March 31, 2010
in Microsoft

office-2012-logoIt might be too early to think about Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac but BGR has posted some screenshots that shows the development of Microsoft’s upcoming project, Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac.

Microsoft Office 2011 suite includes Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Outlooks.

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Office 2012 Release Date On MSDN Blog

by on January 31, 2010
in Microsoft

office-2012-logoI just posted the Windows 8 release date that was posted on Chris Green’s MSDN blog. Not on that, he also posted the Office 2012 release date. Office 2012 is also known as Office 15.

Microsoft Office 2012 RTM is set to release exactly an year after Windows 8 RTM. How true is this news? Only time will tell. You never know when Microsoft might change its mind when to release a product.

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Office 2010 Releasing in March?

by on January 26, 2010
in Microsoft, Softwares

Microsoft-Office-2010Office 2010 could be releasing in just a couple of months, March, that is! Previously, it has been confirmed that Microsoft Office 2010 will be available in June, but Steve Ballmer’s recent statement reveals something else.

The next Office iteration is currently in the public beta phase, which has been downloaded over 2 million times in just seven weeks of its release. The pricing and system requirements have already been out.

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Microsoft Office 2010 Price Announced

by on January 6, 2010
in Microsoft

Microsoft-Office-2010CES 2010 is just round the corner where we are expecting Microsoft to announce the the release date of Microsoft Office 2010, but it looks like the official price list and the editions in which Office 2010 will be available is already out.

Microsoft Office 2010 Beta was released a couple of months ago which was downloaded over 2 million times in just seven weeks of its release.

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Microsoft Office 2010 Box Art

by on December 7, 2009
in Microsoft

MS_Office_2010logo.svgOffice 2010 is one of the hottest topics in the Microsoft chapter, and today, a Polish site CentrumXP has revealed the official box art for Office 2010.

That site has added boxart shots of retail packages of Microsoft Office 2010: Word 2010, Excel 2010, PowerPoint 2010, OneNote 2010, Outlook 2010.

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Microsoft Office 2010 Beta 1 Leaked Screenshots

by on August 30, 2009
in Internet, Microsoft

MS_Office_2010logo.svgThe trend for Microsoft products getting leaked out in the wild continues even with the upcoming Microsoft Office 2010 (build 4417) Beta 1. The latest beta has been leaked on various websites along with tons of screenshots.

Some changes you will notice are the enhanced Back-Stage view, a new Upload Center for sharing documents online, new icons for all Office 2010 applications plus the famous new product activation system.

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Microsoft Office Accounting Express 2008 for Free

Microsoft Office Accounting Express 2008 is a free, easy-to-use accounting software that works with our existing Office suite of applications which helps us to manage our small and home-based businesses.

You can get your task started in minutes with the help of a step by step interview wizard. You can create invoices, track time and expenses and bank online, plus share it with other Microsoft Office system programs.

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Microsoft Office Suite Applications Goes Online

by on October 31, 2008
in Internet, Microsoft, Windows

Microsoft has been unveiling some really interesting stuff at Professional Developers Conference. Windows Azure and Windows 7 have already made big news in the blogosphere.

Now Microsoft is planning to take its Microsoft Office Suite of applications online. The lightweight web-based version of these apps called, Office Web Applications will provide basic apps like Word, Excel, PowerPoint etc  online which can be accessed from anywhere.

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