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  • Difference Between MS Office 2007 and MS Office 2010

    Office 2007 vs Office 2012

    Office 2007 and Office 2010 are products of Microsoft. Microsoft Office is a suite which consists of Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook, Word, One Note, Access, InfoPath, Publisher, Project, SharePoint, Workspace, Visio and other products. Both do the same job but Office 2010 is higher version with revamped user interface and new features compared to Office 2007. Check out Differences between Office 2007 and Office 2010.

    Difference Between MS Office 2007 and MS Office 2010

    Office 2010

    MS Office 2010

    1. Menus and Tabs: The ribbon replaces menus and toolbars across all Products of Office 2010 and can be fully customized.
    2. Quick Access Toolbar (QAT): It is fully customized.
    3. Backstage view: You can access more tools outside the document viewing window.
    4. Digital signatures: It can be accessed in the Backstage view under Information about Document / Protect Document.
    5. Smart Art: Improved version from the 2007 version.
    6. Open Formats (*.odt) OpenDocument Text: The format was included in this version.
    7. Windows Live Writer integration: This is a new feature which is introduced in this version.
    8. Spelling checker: The Spell Checker is fully integrated with Automatic Correction.
    9. Paste Preview: This is a new feature which allows users to preview before doing Paste. It is basically to avoid using Undo button.
    10. Print: The Backstage combines Print with Print Preview, Page Layout and other print options.
    11. Sparklines: A miniature chart inserted into text or embedded in a spreadsheet cell to summarize data..
    12. E-mail Essentials: This is new feature which enables users to do Conversation, Cleanup, Ignore Thread, and Mail Tips for when a person is out of the office or if e-mail is sent to a group..
    13. Photo editing tools: The feature is available in Word 2010, Excel 2010, PowerPoint 2010, Outlook 2010, and Microsoft Publisher 2010.
    14. Video in Microsoft PowerPoint: This new feature in Powerpoint 2010 allows Video triggers and controls.

    Office 2007

    MS Office 2007

    1. Menus and Tabs: The ribbon replaces menus and toolbars in Access 2007, Office Excel 2007, PowerPoint 2007, Word 2007, and parts of Outlook 2007.
    2. Quick Access Toolbar (QAT): It was introduced in Office 2007.
    3. Backstage view: You can access only limited tools through Microsoft Office Button.
    4. Digital signatures: The digital signatures are formatted with XMLDSig. It can be accessed from File / Finalize Document / Signatures Menu.
    5. Smart Art: Design tools available in all Microsoft Office applications..
    6. Open Formats (*.odt) OpenDocument Text: This formatted was only included in Office 2007 Service Pack 2 (SP2).
    7. Windows Live Writer integration: This feature is not available.
    8. Spelling checker: It only includes basic spell checker.
    9. Paste Preview: Paste, Undo, Paste.
    10. Print: Accessed via Microsoft Office Button, Print with limited printing tools spread across several commands.
    11. Sparklines: Only Dynamic charts and chart types.
    12. Menus and Tabs: The ribbon replaces menus and toolbars in Access 2007, Office Excel 2007, PowerPoint 2007, Word 2007, and parts of Outlook 2007.
    13. E-mail Essentials: This feature is not available.
    14. Photo editing tools: There is limited functionality in 2007.
    15. Video in Microsoft PowerPoint: This feature is not available.

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    One Comment

    1. ProphetZarquon says:

      I have been told that there are more scientific symbols available in Office 2010, specifically in Word and Excel.

      I’m not sure this is true, can anyone confirm this?

      I’d have assumed that the symbols available simply depended on the font you use, but from what I’ve been told there are calculations and functions now available in Excel 2010 that you simply couldn’t do in Excel before, because it didn’t recognize as many forms of scientific/mathematic notation.

      If this is true, that’s a big difference and it really should be marketed as such. College students are being told “Oh you must have 2010, 2007 can’t handle these forms, ven if you have the compatibility packs installed.”

      Again, I find this hard to believe but it seems like a very important difference if true!

      Can anyone confirm this?

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