Next version of Microsoft Office coming in 2010

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    It did not mentioned anything about Mac version yet. What's mentioned is it will released at a later date than Windows 7. It will be codenamed Office 14. I think OneNote is a new application addition to Office.

    And about Windows 7, it is mentioned that it will be released in January 2010.

    I'll try to add some more info later..
     
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    They skipped 13 for obvious reason.
     
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    I've settled on the free OpenOffice for the Mac.
     
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    I've settled on iWork :D
     
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    What's the difference between window 7 and vista again?
     
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    stability and less hardware hog :D Oh, and new features.
     
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    FYI.. One Note is already part of MS Office 2003.
     
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    7's definitely faster, more stable and less resource-hungry. It's how Vista should have been. :D
     
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    In summary this is for Windows and not for Mac.
     
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