Microsoft realized listening to general public and incorporating suggestions, feedback from them is the best way to market their products. The most profitable Microsoft core products OS , Office Suite are due replacement. Windows 7 will launch later this year and Office 2010 will reportedly launch next year. Office 2010 promises some much needed tweaks to how the individual portions of the suite performance.
Unlike Windows 7 Beta and RC, the Office 2010 is planning to release the preview at the beginning of July, but Technical Preview is by invitation only. Office users wanting to get hands on Office 2010 as soon as possible can now sign up for the Microsoft Office 2010 Technical Preview. Unlike Windows 7 and RC, this preview requires registration and registering doesn’t guarantee you access to Office 2010 early. All registrants will be waitlisted for consideration for the program and those invited to participate in the program will be notified in mid-July.
Those accepted into the program will get to check out early versions of Word 2010, Excel 2010, Outlook 2010, PowerPoint 2010, OneNote 2010, Communicator 2010, Access 2010, InfoPath 2010, and Publisher 2010. TechEd attendees will get the pre-release versions of the applications as well. Previously, Microsoft has given free copies of Office 2003 and 2007 for people participated in there programs. Checkout Microsoft Office 2010 Screenshots from neowin.net