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Microsoft introduces ‘Starter’ version of Office

office 2010 Aiming to turn more new PC buyers into Office users, Microsoft has announced plans for several new ways to obtain the software, including an ad-supported “Starter” edition that can come loaded on new PCs.

In a blog posting Thursday, Microsoft said the starter version of Office will have limited features. The starter version will be part of the Office 2010 family, due out next year, and will only be available on new PCs.

“Office Starter 2010 will provide new PC owners with immediate exposure to the Office 2010 experience on new PCs right out of the box,” Microsoft said, noting that the product includes limited versions of Word and Excel and can be upgraded to one of several full versions of Office with a new upgrade card to be sold at retail stores. more…

Aiming to turn more new PC buyers into Office users, Microsoft has announced plans for several new ways to obtain the software, including an ad-supported “Starter” edition that can come loaded on new PCs.
In a blog posting Thursday, Microsoft said the starter version of Office will have limited features. The starter version will be part of the Office 2010 family, due out next year, and will only be available on new PCs.
“Office Starter 2010 will provide new PC owners with immediate exposure to the Office 2010 experience on new PCs right out of the box,” Microsoft said, noting that the product includes limited versions of Word and Excel and can be upgraded to one of several full versions of Office with a new upgrade card to be sold at retail storesAiming to turn more new PC buyers into Office users, Microsoft has announced plans for several new ways to obtain the software, including an ad-supported “Starter” edition that can come loaded on new PCs.
In a blog posting Thursday, Microsoft said the starter version of Office will have limited features. The starter version will be part of the Office 2010 family, due out next year, and will only be available on new PCs.
“Office Starter 2010 will provide new PC owners with immediate exposure to the Office 2010 experience on new PCs right out of the box,” Microsoft said, noting that the product includes limited versions of Word and Excel and can be upgraded to one of several full versions of Office with a new upgrade card to be sold at retail stores.
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