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Microsoft Word 2010

1811-build-11029.20108

Microsoft(Paid)

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Word processing program

Microsoft Word is an office productivity software developed by Microsoft. Word for Windows is part of the Microsoft Office suite, but it can be downloaded independently. Generally, MS Word requires 4GB of RAM, DirectX 9, and a dual-core processor. The editor is primarily used to edit documents such as theses, letters, resumes, and memos. The program hosts editing tools to help users create files for office and casual use. Word documents can be opened and edited by PCs with the MS Word program, Word viewer or other word processors capable of importing DOC or DOCX format. Its latest file extension, DOCX, signifies the Office Open XML international standard for Office files used by Word 2007 and later. 

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Editing tools 

Word can enhance your copy with its built-in spell checker, thesaurus, and dictionary. Its other features are used to format your text for various purposes. MS Word’s catalog of templates is always presented to you when you create a new file. The built-in templates are more suitable for bloggers, young professionals, and corporate employees. You can create your own template within MS Word; you can define the template’s title, heading, paragraph size, etc. This is made possible through the program’s Normal.dot function. It is the master template from which all Word documents are created. 

Documents such as newsletters and journals will require images in the body of the text. You can import common bitmap formats and common SVG vector image formats to your page. You can also improve your page’s appearance by utilizing the WordArt feature. You apply effects such as shadow, bevel, glow and reflect on titles, watermarks stamps and other elements of your document. 

Security 

All Microsoft Office files can include advanced macros and embedded programs. These can functionality is used for repetitive sequences of automated keystrokes and mouse movements; however, macros can also potentially run and propagate viruses in files passed around through email, instant messaging apps, and USB flash drives. Microsoft Word combats this by regulating when macros functions can execute. This reduces the risk of a macro-based virus from accessing your PC.

You can also secure your Word file with a password. Word utilizes the Advanced Encryption Standard with a cryptographic hash function to convert your password to a 128-bit key. This ensures that all passwords cannot be removed by any other user except you. It also slows down any attempt to access the file’s source code or the contents of the file. 

Essential text editing program 

Microsoft Word is an important office application that can be used by all users. Its native writing tools ensure that your text is free from grammatical and spelling errors. These features make Word a suitable tool for writers and officials that create lengthy documents. Users that report classified information are also assured that their files remain safe under Word’s security features. The password and AES-128 encryption keep unauthorized users from prying the file’s code, let alone view the file’s contents. Lastly, this program can also be used by designers that need to quickly create a striking text document. 

Title:
Microsoft Word 2010 1811-build-11029.20108 for Windows
Requirements:
  • Windows 10,
  • Windows 8,
  • Windows Vista,
  • Windows 7,
  • Windows XP
Language:
English
Available languages:
  • English,
  • Japanese,
  • Swedish,
  • Russian,
  • Portuguese,
  • Chinese,
  • Greek,
  • Dutch,
  • Hindi,
  • Korean,
  • Portuguese,
  • Chinese,
  • Finnish,
  • Turkish,
  • Danish,
  • Polish,
  • French,
  • Italian,
  • Czech,
  • Spanish,
  • Norwegian,
  • German,
  • Arabic
License:
Paid
Date added:
Thursday, March 12th 2020
Author:
Microsoft

https://www.microsoft.com

SHA-1:
aed8a6c7b63160ce54a2b030537c686d696d0201

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