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Microsoft Office 2010 SP1 Download Links

Microsoft has released Service Pack 1 of Microsoft Office 2010 on Tuesday. The Office 2010 SP1 includes a roll-up of all previously unreleased fixes that were made specifically for this service pack, in addition to several fixes intended to improve stability, performance, and in security. The Service Pack contains all the public updates that were released through June 2011, and all the cumulative updates that were released through April 2011.

Service Pack 1 is currently being offered as a manual download from the Download Center and from Microsoft Update, in both 32-bit and 64-bit editions. Microsoft plans to push the update via Automatic Updates within the next 90 days.

Some of the important issues addressed by SP1 are:

  • Outlook 2010 SP1 now includes Office 365 support.
  • Outlook 2010 SP1 fixes an issue in which the snooze time does not reset between appointments.
  • The default behavior for the Use Presenter View option in PowerPoint 2010 is changed to display the slide show on the secondary monitor, and display the notes on the primary monitor.
  • Fixes several editing conflict issues that occur when you use the Word Coauthoring feature.
  • Word 2010 SP1 now displays the map correctly when you use the Display Map function.
  • An Excel 2010 file that has a corrupted chart part is now repaired silently. The user is not notified of the problem and prompted to approve the repair.
  • Fixed number of issues that occurred when importing graphs, images and text into Excel 2010.
  • Access 2010 SP1 adds a new feature to integrate community content in the Application Parts gallery.
  • Added a new Open from web option in OneNote 2010 that enables you to open OneNote notebooks from Windows Live SkyDrive.
  • OneNote 2010 SP1 now uses Windows Live Essentials to log on to Windows Live SkyDrive.

More details about this released can be read on this page.

Office 2010 SP1 Download Links

Microsoft Office 2010 Service Pack 1 64-bit package.
Microsoft Office 2010 Service Pack 1 32-bit package.


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