Office 2010 Reaches RTM!

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    Nice one! When Office Web Apps will be RTM? Thanks. :)
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    I installed it last night. You are correct in that it will ask you to remove all previous versions of MS2010 1st. I used my Revo Uninstaller, downloaded the RTM from my Flash Drive and to me suprise all my emails were still there! I could have sworn I would have had to reload them?

    I will say this. When opening Outlook it is much smoother, quicker to open up now. Before it had this little lag in it.

    Thanks guys! I don't get over here very much anymore, I need to get back into it.:)
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    W 7 64-bit Ultimate
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    toughbook said:
    I installed it last night. You are correct in that it will ask you to remove all previous versions of MS2010 1st. I used my Revo Uninstaller, downloaded the RTM from my Flash Drive and to me suprise all my emails were still there! I could have sworn I would have had to reload them?

    I will say this. When opening Outlook it is much smoother, quicker to open up now. Before it had this little lag in it.

    Thanks guys! I don't get over here very much anymore, I need to get back into it.:)

    Glad to hear all went well.
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    Windows 7 Enterprise x64
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    toughbook said:
    I will say this. When opening Outlook it is much smoother, quicker to open up now. Before it had this little lag in it.
    Hmmm, that's odd. My Outlook 2010 opens up much slower than the 2007 version that came with Office Enterprise edition. However, I do agree with you that the new Outlook GUI is much better than 2007 version. You can even right click on embedded pictures and choose "save as" where as the 2007 version did not offer that option. That's just one among several new features of Outlook 2010. I'm VERY happy with the new release!
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    I truly believe it is 100% beeter than 07, but some of the things that you are so used to knowing where they are at has changed. Heck, I still can't even find an easy way to hit File~Import/Export yet. I guess the more I play around with it the more I will find....

    Just an FYI for those that have not installed it yet. As we discussed, they make you remove the Beta 1st. Which made me wonder if my folders I created and such would still be there? After it was finished I opened up Outlook and it was exactly how I had it on the Beta. That was great to see to say the least.

    Also, your 1st step in the installation is adding the key. There is no wait 30 days or enter it afterwards anymore.

    All this might be old news to you guys. But heck, I thought I would try to add something instead of always taking yall's knowledge

    This site forum, along with NBR/Toughbook has the most helpful, nicest, CONSIDERATE members of all the other forums out there.
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    Windows 7 Enterprise x64 SP1, Ubuntu 11.04 x64
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    toughbook said:
    Heck, I still can't even find an easy way to hit File~Import/Export yet. I guess the more I play around with it the more I will find....
    Yeah, they sure made that functionality harder to find. I had to google it.

    Still, I'm liking Outlook 2010 x64 a lot so far. It does seem to open faster than 2007 did.
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