Microsoft Office 2010 Starter Edition can do the following things:
Create and edit simple Word documents and Excel spreadsheets Open existing Word and Excel files Manage a simple budget Writing letters Basic text work
Microsoft Office 2010 Starter Edition cannot do the following things:
Create PowerPoint presentations Sending emails and keeping track of his calendar with Outlook Organize notes with OneNote Using macros Modify toolbar Retrieving external data in Excel Insert table of contents, footnotes and bibliography Remove advertisements. Track Changes Add comments and use Track Changes Analyzing data with pivot tables Create professional documents with SmartArt graphics.
Unlike Oracle, Maritz said the cloud presents a major dilemma for his former employer, Microsoft, in that it presents both a huge opportunity and a huge challenge for the company, which arguably reaped the most rewards from client-server computing era. As Maritz pointed out, the cloud threatens Microsoft’s biggest monopoly, the operating system. Meanwhile, Microsoft’s productivity suite is facing deflationary pressure from web-based offerings, not to mention the saturation in that market. “They have lusted after the idea of turning the Office into a rental business, and the cloud gives them an opportunity,” Maritz said.