Microsoft Office 2010
As soon as I entered high-school, my teachers started giving me science and math projects every week. The projects were so lengthy and vast, that it used to seldom take even my weekends to complete them. It was really a tedious job for me to manually type everything in the notepad of my computer and then record all the calculations and statistics using the calculator, amongst other things. At times I took help from my parents and siblings, but that was again confined to a limited extent. It was slowly becoming unmanageable for me to complete and submit all my projects on time.
I discussed this problem with my teachers and all of them advised me to purchase and use the Microsoft Office pack for my projects. I bought it the very next day (with a friend of mine) and tried to install it on my computer. After several attempts, I was able to install all applications on my hard-disk. The whole pack of Microsoft Office 2010 included multiple applications, including Microsoft Word, Microsoft Access, Microsoft Excel 2010, Microsoft PowerPoint and some other add-on applications. As all the applications were new to me, it was really difficult for me to understand the functionality of each application and use them. I tried to understand these applications and its features through hit-and-trail methods, but couldn’t make much sense of it.
One day, while surfing through the Internet, I found a certain website, who was offering technical assistance for Microsoft Office 2010. Initially, i had second thoughts, because it was a paid-service. But since the price was affordable, I called them and spoke to the technician. They were really helpful and patient enough to listen to all my complications with Office productivity suite. They guided me through every feature of the applications in a detailed manner and supervised me to apply them for my projects. It made my work a lot easier and since then, I have been completing all my project work using the Microsoft Office 2010 productivity suite. In no time, I was easily completing and submitting all my projects on time, much to the relief of my teachers.
Ryan Simon is a Microsoft Certified technician working at iYogi, which is a leading technical service provider for Office 2010. The company’s Microsoft Certified Technicians are dedicated to proper computer repair. iYogi also provides services such as, complete system cleaning, Windows Updates, virus removal, harddrive optimization, Office Word 2010 and information etc.