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Microsoft is tempting Windows and Mac users to buy the current versions of Office by offering a free copy of Office 2013 when it is released.
The software giant plans to release the first service pack for the nearly year-old Office 2010 on time.
And if you're a student, you can get it for 20 bucks less. But even $100 is fairly reasonable for a suite that normally costs $500. $500!
Virtual launch for Office 2010 will put the product itself to work, tapping latest version of SharePoint to translate Stephen Elop's keynote for a global audience.
Launched almost a year ago, the beta edition of Microsoft Office 2010 will expire on October 31, at which point any installations of the software will stop working.
Early numbers show lackluster sales for Microsoft's Office 2010--at least when compared to its predecessor. Why? Bad timing, not enough features.
Microsoft's new Office suite comes in many forms and packages. CNET takes a visual look at the many options.
Microsoft Office 2010 is a breath away from hitting the shelves--and likely your computer. See what's inside this ubiquitous productivity suite.
Although event is aimed at its corporate customers, Microsoft also touts how consumers can use the free version and the mobile app that access the software suite.
As Microsoft prepares for the corporate launch of the new Office, the head of its business division talks about moving beyond the desktop.