Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Office Professional 2010
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Office 2010 the file is currently in use try again later
12 April 2011
Summary: I am completely dissapointed that MS released an Office product that cant SAVE files properly?, Please Google the error many users are reporting in the above quotation. I continually receive the error in Word and Excel on a clean install of Win7 and Office 2010 on 3 of my machines. Of course MS technical support is blaming everybody but themselves.
Pros: Its MS Office nothing much else compares "If it worked as it should on the most basic level"
Cons: "Office 2010 the file is currently in use try again later"
Summary: I ordered this at the same time as my laptop and laptop bag. I thought it was the one I wanted but unfortunately not. This one needs to be bought annually and I did not want to keep paying every year for updates, I have it at work and it works well without having it updated every year, so took it back to the store for exchange. Sorry cant be further help on this.
Summary: I am totally dismayed at this product and for what I had to go thru. I purchased this product from Jill0208 her name appears to be Jill (Jie Meng)It took her to figure out how to send this product and it was definitely few at least 3 weeks past before we figured it out how to successfully send it to me. Just two nights Jan. 6 (2013) ago when I finally got the chance to install the software in my laptop.
Summary: If you want a product harder to use than previous versions and go through an unnecessarily long learning curve to adjust, this is it. Menu/Icon based style for "quick" access commands. Nothing quick about it. Unintuitive grouping of supposedly most used commands. Normally used commands are hard to find. Longer process to print. Long program start up. Overall this is a poor update to what was an excellent program.
Summary: Here's what I think of it. Tosh! OK here's my predicament. I'm a small business owner in the business of developing content. I have 6 writers working out of a small office. I need Outlook, and I need Word, and Excel and Powerpoint and the whole jazz. But here's the fun part. My profit margins are so thin, I can't afford to buy licensed software - not for all my PCs! Then I tried Open Office...followed by Corel Office. You know the difference? Open Office is Free.