Free eBook Giveaway: Microsoft Office 2010 Tips & Tricks


Users of MS Office 2010 take note: Microsoft Office 2010 Tips & Tricks is an ebook that offers insights on advanced MS Office functionality valued at $6.95, but offered for free through Wednesday Nov 16th 2011.

This ebook contains tips for Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Outlook, and covers many of the features of Office 2010 that make it worthwhile to upgrade from previous versions, such as it’s built in translation engine, it’s ability to save straight into the cloud, text-to-speech functionality, sparklines in Excel, Excel data filtration using slicers, exporting PowerPoint presentations to video, broadcasting PowerPoint presentations over the web, etc.

[Edit: this offer is no longer available; for more free ebooks and magazines go here]

I have been using MS Office for as far back as I can remember, and I will admit to being a bit underwhelmed when I took a look at the first pages of this one; but a few pages into it revealed the kind of advanced tips and tricks that would excite any MS Office user, whether they were beginner, average, or advanced.

For example, did you know there’s a translation engine within MS Office that can translate across a wide range or language right from within Word/Outlook and others? Which is great news given the rumors that Google is soon to be limiting the free access to Google Translate. Further, did you know that you could use Word to upload posts straight into your WordPress blog?

Some other examples below:

  • How to convert your Office documents into a wide array of formats
  • How to save your documents straight into the the cloud
  • How to remove backgrounds from pictures in WordMS Office remove background
  • How to enable and use text to speech in MS Office
  • How to use sparklines in ExcelMS Office sparklines
  • Data filtration using slicers in Excel
  • Exporting PowerPoint presentations as videos
  • Broadcasting PowerPoint presentations over the web

Just to name a few.

Go here to get your copy (Note: you will need to submit a valid email address AND a range of personal information).

  • RIck

    This book has been available directly from Microsoft without having to shell out personal information to another site.

    As a MS Gold Partner, I will be reported this site for violating the distribution agreement associated with the this publication.

    • Samer

      @ Rick: I am not violating any distribution agreement; that is just SILLY talk. Also note that I am not the one collecting information; the distributors of this ebook are. However, if it is LEGITIMATELY available for free without registration, by all means tell all of us where.

  • RIck, give us another official link 🙂

  • lei

    Tried to dl from the link you gave but the registration form is just awful and i had a big problem trying to put my international phone number into the form so in the end i gave up. However i am really not happy anyway with the amount of personal information the dl site asks, not least about my employer’s details. Why should the website want to know about my employer and my work role when the e-book is surely for personal use??

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  • I am the author of the eBook and this is the only place where it is available for FREE. If you have hickups with the site you may contact them or may be check my site later on during ThanksGiving for possible Giveaways.

  • Toni

    Who worries about all that personal information? My profession is shoepolisher of the King in ehmmm… what’s the name of this hidden pacific island again?

  • Alan

    Thank you, Samer… however the ebook is not available at this time.