Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Chapter 2: Installing and Updating Microsoft Office 2010
Table 2-1 Office 2010 Edition Comparison
Edition
Word Excel OneNote PowerPoint Outlook Publisher Access More*
Office Home
and Student
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Office Home
and Business
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✔●
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Office
Standard
✔●
✔●
✔●
✔●
✔●
Office
Professional
✔●
✔●
✔●
✔●
✔●
✔●
Office
Professional
Plus
✔●
✔●
✔●
✔●
✔●
✔●
✔●
✔●
*TheadditionalprogramsincludedinOfficeProfessionalPlusareMicrosoftOutlook2010withBusiness
ContactManager,MicrosoftInfoPath2010,MicrosoftCommunicator,andMicrosoftSharePointWork-
space2010.Thiseditionalsoprovidessupportforintegratedsolutioncapabilitiessuchasenterprise
contactmanagement,electronicforms,informationrightsmanagement,andpolicymanagement.
There’s one other factor you must consider before making your selection: licensing. Table
2-2 summarizes the differences among the editions. (For information about volume
licensing programs, visit the Microsoft Volume Licensing home page at w7io.com/10202 .)
Table 2-2 Licensing and Availability of Office 2010 Editions
Edition
Licensing and Availability
Office Home and Student
Available only through retail channels. Licensed only for
noncommercial use. Each boxed copy can be installed on
up to three PCs in a single household; a product key card is
valid for a single installation.
Office Home and Business
Available through retail channels and via volume licensing
programs. Each boxed copy can be installed on one
computer and on one portable device for use by the same
person; a product key card is valid for a single installation.
Office Standard
Available only through volume licensing programs.
Office Professional
Available through retail channels and via volume licensing
programs. Each boxed copy can be installed on one
computer and on one portable device for use by the same
person; a product key card is valid for a single installation.
Office Professional Plus
Available only through volume licensing programs.
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