Monday, June 15, 2009

Microsoft Excel 2010 Technical Preview

Reading and speculating on future versions of Excel (and Microsoft Office in general) can heighten anticipation for what users always hope to be a panacea for all of their work-related challenges. The latest version of Excel is due to be distributed to select users for a Technical Preview this July.

The new application is purported to offer a forward-looking browsing experience and an essentially unprecedented open source interface. There are reportedly many cool new features, including much more powerful Pivot Table tools. This is particularly exciting for anyone doing business analysis in Excel.

Also of note, the new MS suite will be released in both 32 and 64 bit versions, so hardware that can run the current Office 2007 will be able to handle 2010 as well.

If you are interested in learning more or being considered for taking part in the Technical Preview, you can get additional information and register by following the link below:

Happy Excelling!

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