Microsoft unveils its newest, sort of.
The next version of Microsoft's Office, Office XP, is due out later this spring, but a beta version called Office 10 is currently available for evaluation. Office 10 features all the applications you've come to know and love-such as Word, Excel, Power-Point, Outlook and Access-but in new and improved versions.
With Office 10, the differences aren't immediately apparent. The interface has a slightly more modern look but no major changes. Once you start using the applications, however, you'll find notable, new ease-of-use tools; improved collaboration features; more Web integration; and improved overall stability.
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