Wednesday, May 24, 2006

2007 Microsoft Office system Beta 2

Evaluate the next release of Microsoft Office products for testing and planning purposes with 2007 Microsoft Office system Beta 2. The beta release contains all the functionality of the regular release, but is not the final product.

The new 2007 Microsoft Office system user interface makes it easier for you to find and use the tools you need to get the results you want.

About Beta Software

  • Registration is required for participation.
  • 2007 Microsoft Office system Beta 2 is for evaluation and planning purposes only.
  • Beta software does not necessarily display the same high level of stability of shipped Microsoft products.
  • Beta testers may experience problems with 2007 Microsoft Office system Beta 2 products that could potentially result in loss, corruption, or destruction of existing data.
  • This beta testing release is not appropriate for production use.
  • It is strongly recommended that you back up your existing data before you install and run this software.
  • Beta code is offered "as is," and does not include technical support.
  • Many organizations have policies prohibiting unauthorized software installation on company-owned computers. Make sure you check with your IT department before downloading and installing 2007 Microsoft Office system Beta 2 on your computer at work.

Compatibility Pack

Ensure your current installations of Microsoft Office XP and Office 2003 are ready for the new Microsoft Office Open XML Formats by downloading the Compatibility Pack.

Expiration Date

All 2007 Microsoft Office system Beta 2 software has an expiration date of February 1, 2007. After expiration, 2007 Microsoft Office system Beta 2 will continue to work in a reduced functionality mode that limits your options and operations.

System Requirements

We highly recommend you review the system requirements for each program or server before you install 2007 Microsoft Office system Beta 2 to verify your system meets or exceeds the minimum system requirements.

Note Servers generally require higher system memory and supporting software than programs.