Any news of Office Starter 2011

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There is the reduced functionality preloaded Microsoft Office Starter 2010. I would like to know if the company has come out with an office starter 2011 and if it is as easy to use as the previous version? Thanks.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #139451

Any news of Office Starter 2011

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Dear  Hazelwlee,

I have read your question and I understand that you have office starter 2010 and you would like to know if Microsoft has released or is going to release newer versions of office starter or not.

1- As you know Microsoft office starter 2010 includes only word starter 2010 and excel starter 2010 and is not a trial version so you can use it as much as you want it, but it remains different from Microsoft office word and Excel so you can always chose to upgrade to the full version of office, and also get outlook power point and other Microsoft office applications

2- As you know also Microsoft is preparing to release windows 8 and the upcoming office 2013 so it didn’t mentioned anything yet about new version of Microsoft office starter

3- Also note that any office version after 2010 won’t support windows XP and windows vista because the new office 2013 will require windows 7 and the new windows 8

Best of Luck.

Answered By 0 points N/A #139452

Any news of Office Starter 2011

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Hello Hazelwlee,

Yes, Microsoft have released Microsoft Office 2011, but it is only designed for Macintosh Operation System. If you are looking for the newer version of Microsoft Office 14 or as known as Microsoft Office 2010, you could try Microsoft Office 15 or as known as Microsoft Office 2013.

Microsoft Office 2013 have many new feature such as :

  1. Adding Live Layout and Online Video on the page.
  2. Editing data on PDF.
  3. A better reading mode than before!
  4. Excel flash fill. 
  5. Visual Suggestion on Excel.
  6. Quick Analysis.
  7. Presenter View.
  8. etc.

Hope this help you.

Regards,

Stonjhon Llison

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