How to make your office more efficient with Microsoft Office 2010 (Infographic)
Posted On May 26, 2021
Posted March 25, 2011 08:04:53 Microsoft has been testing Office 2010 on Windows PCs for months, and recently announced it will launch a preview for Windows 8 and Windows RT users on the following day.
With the Office 2010 preview on the way, we have a lot to share with you to get you started.
In this post, we’ll go through the basics of how to set up Office 2010 for Windows RT and Windows 8.1, and how to create a new Office 2010 user account.
To get started, go to the Microsoft Office 10 blog and open the new “Office 2010” site.
In the top left, click “Settings”.
Select “Microsoft Office Settings”.
Then click “General”.
In the General Settings tab, under “General Settings”, under “Users”, select “All users” from the list.
In the “Users” section, select “Office” from “All” to get started.
Select “Add users”.
This will bring up the “Custom Users” dialog box.
Click the “Add” button.
The user will be added to your user group.
The “Custom User” dialog will show up.
Click on the “Create” button to create the user.
Click “Next” to start the process of creating the user account and getting started with Office 2010.
After the user is created, the user will need to log in to the Office 2012 site.
If the user already has a user account, it will not be necessary to create one.
Select the “User” tab in the “General” section of the “Settings” page.
Then, click on “Create”.
The user account creation dialog box will open.
Click on “Next”.
Select the “Sign in user” check box to add the user to your group.
This will take a few seconds.
When you click “Sign up”, you will be redirected to the “Manage users” page, where you can create new users, add existing users, and change their user groups.
After creating a user, you will need the “Microsoft account management” feature.
Select “Managed accounts” in the General section of “Settings.”
Click “Manages accounts” and the user profile will be created.
Click the “OK” button in the Managed Accounts section to close the Manages accounts page.
Once you’ve signed in to Office 2010, click the “Share” button at the top of the left pane to share your new user account with others.
You can also use the “Send” button from the left side of the page to send your new account to someone else in your user groups, or to share the user’s Microsoft account to a new group.