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Microsoft Office 2010 Starter Edition


The public beta was available to subscribers of TechNet, MSDN and Microsoft Connect users on November 16, 2009.[51] On November 18, 2009, the beta was officially released to the general public at the Microsoft Office Beta website, which was originally launched by Microsoft on November 11, 2009 to provide screenshots of the new office suite.[52] Office 2010 Beta was a free, fully functional version and expired on October 31, 2010.[53]




Microsoft office 2010 starter edition


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In my Office 2010 Preview, I mentioned some of the new product editions that Microsoft will be delivering to customers in this version of its venerable office productivity suite. Among them is Office 2010 Starter edition, which will replace Microsoft Works and only be provided to customers who purchase new PCs. This week, Microsoft surprised me by providing a downloadable Beta version of Office 2010 Starter, which also has the distinction of being the first public vehicle for Click-2-Run, Microsoft's new virtualization-based software deployment tool. (Click-2-Run was also discussed in the Office 2010 Preview article). So there are a number of things going on here.


Remember, the Product Key Card is nothing more than the price you pay to upgrade the freebie, limited starter version that is bundled on a new PC to a fuller, paid-for version. You buy it at major retail outlets. The boxed versions reportedly support two installations, so if you have to wipe your hard drive and start over, that's handy to know. The PKC will only activiate the bundled version. If you want to install Office 2010 on an older PC, you can't buy the PKC.


  • Like any other free software, Microsoft Office Starter Edition 2010 has its own limitations compared to the full edition software. The primary advantage of the starter edition is, it is free and there is no time limit. You can continue using the product as long as you wish. There is no expiry date for the Starter version.Let us analyze the limitations of the Office 2010 Starter edition: (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle []).push();Main limitations of Office Starter 2010The primary limitation of this Microsoft Office suite is, it includes only 2 products:Microsoft Word

  • Microsoft Excel

  • This limitation alone tells a lot. You cannot use any of the other Office products like Outlook, Powerpoint etc. If you like to manage your emails, you will have to look for some other email software since Outlook is not included in the Office Starter 2010. Also, you will have to find another solution for making presentations since Powerpoint is not part of the suite.Other popular software like Microsoft OneNote, Microsoft Project etc are also not part of the Office Starter. This means you will have to depend on some other tools to manage your projects and create notes. Luckily, there are several other free software available to manage Notes. However, I am not sure if there are any other better solution for Microsoft users to manage their Projects.Even though MS Word and Excel are included in the Office Starter 2010, they themselves come with some limitations. Some of the limitations include:You cannot comments in your documents. If you collaborate with others and manage documentation, you will feel the lack of ability to add comments very disturbing

  • There is no change tracker. This important in corporate atmosphere where some people create documents and then it goes through editing by many others. If you like to track who changed what, then you will have to upgrade to full version of Microsoft Office 2010

Do you use Excel more than just a spreadsheet? Many people still use Excel as a database. One of the limitations of the Excel version included in the Office Starter is, you cannot connect to external datasources from your Starter Excel.If you are a customization guy who always tune the software according to your choice, you will the toolbar customization option missing in the Starter edition.Some other missing features include capability to analyze data with pivot tables, adding SmartArt graphics to your documents, use programmable macros to automate certain task etc.Other limitations include missing table of contents, footnotes, and bibliographies for your reports.Add-Ins for Office Starter 2010Microsoft Office is a great platform which allow you to extend the software by installing Add-Ins. The Starter version does not allow installing Add-ins.Security: Office Starter edition does not allow you to turn on or off document protection. Read more on limitations of Office Starter 2010How to get rid of the limitations of Office Starter 2010Unfortunately, there is no legal way to get rid of these limitations. The recommended option is to upgrade your free software to the full Microsoft Office 2010 suite to unlock and enjoy all great features of Office 2010. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle []).push();


Interesting. We also do not have access to the starter edition. All of my 2010 starter download links are now dead. Seems Microsoft is really pushing their new version. You might find the full version of 2010 on eBay. Or you could use the free OpenOffice until you decide which paid version to go with.


The public beta was available to subscribers of TechNet, MSDN and Microsoft Connect users on November 16, 2009.[49] On November 18, 2009, the beta was officially released to the general public at the Microsoft Office Beta website, which was originally launched by Microsoft on November 11, 2009 to provide screenshots of the new office suite.[50] Office 2010 Beta was a free, fully functional version and expired on October 31, 2010.[51]


Few days back we had reported about Office Starter 2010 leak as well as posted screenshots and comparison with Office 2010 Professional. In that article we had mentioned about Microsoft Office To-Go Device Manager office tool.Now today we are here with complete step by step guide on how to use Office To-Go Device Manager to create Portable Office 2010 starter edition. Using this guide you can now crate portable Office 2010 USB Flash drive and carry anywhere you want and start using it.


If you want to repair of uninstall portable Office starter 2010 from USB flash drive then follow steps 1-4. In step four inset USB drive on which you want to repair or uninstall Office Starter 2010.


Happened to me, printing won't work from Word or Excel 2010, but prints fine from ANY other app. using network printers, tried reinstalling user profile, reinstalling ms office, this is what finally worked: 076b4e4f54


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