On May 23, 2006, Microsoft released the 2007 Microsoft Office system Beta 2 to the general public. This is the first chance the general public has had to test and evaluate the next version of Microsoft Office. According to Microsoft the Beta 2 release "contains all the functionality of the regular release, but is not the final product".This gallery's 29 images give you a detailed look at PowerPoint 2007. Both experienced and novice users will need to familiarize themselves with PowerPoint's new "Ribbon", which replaces the multiple Toolbars normally at the top of the window.
On May 23, 2006, Microsoft released the 2007 Microsoft Office system Beta 2 to the general public. This is the first chance the general public has had to test and evaluate the next version of Microsoft Office. According to Microsoft the Beta 2 release "contains all the functionality of the regular release, but is not the final product". Regardless, this is the first time many have seen Microsoft's revamped productivity suite.This gallery's 100+ screenshots highlight the biggest changes in the latest Office version. It starts with screenshots of the installation process and Office Diagnostics tool. Then, the gallery walks you through each Office application--Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and Outlook. For a detailed view of each program, check out the following galleries:Word 2007 Beta 2 ScreenshotsExcel 2007 Beta 2 ScreenshotsPowerPoint 2007 Beta 2 ScreenshotsAccess 2007 Beta 2 ScreenshotsOutlook 2007 Beta 2 Screenshots
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