Classic Menu for Office 2010 2.25 | 4.7 Mb
If you are frustrated by endless searches for features and commands on the Ribbon of Microsoft Office 2010, you can just turn to a best solution, Classic Menu for Office Enterprise 2010. It's a handy and powerful add-in which brings back the classic-style menu and toolbars of Microsoft Office 2003 to the new Ribbon of Office 2010.
Don' t be afraid that the new features of Microsoft Office 2010 will be lost. Classic Menu for Office Enterprise 2010 presents all the new features in a classic style interface.
All Applications Included
Classic Menu for Office Enterprise 2010 suite includes Classic Menu for Word, Excel®, Access®, Outlook®, PowerPoint®, InfoPath®, Publisher, Project and Visio® 2010. Classic Menu for OneNote® 2010 will be added in the future version.
For Enterprise and Organization
It is very easy to deploy the software to client computers in your enterprise or organization. Your colleagues or employees don't need training or tutorials any more after upgrading to Microsoft Office 2010.
If You Used Office 2003/XP/2000 Before
With the add-in, you do not need training or tutorials after upgrading to Microsoft Office 2010. To those who are not so familiar with Microsoft Office 2010, the menus must be a great help. It helps improve your working manner and productivity.
If You Didn't Use Office Before
If it is the first time you use the Microsoft Office, the software will help you to use the Microsoft Office 2010 in another way - classic interface. With this way, you can quickly browse and call all features in text mode of menus and don't need to remember every icon style.
About 64-bit of Office 2010
Current editions of Classic Menu for Office 2010 Suites (for Enterprise, Professional Plus, Professional, Home and Business) work fine with 32-bit version of Office 2010, but don't support 64-bit of Office 2010.
The 64-bit editions is in developing and will be released in Oct, 2010. It will be free for customers who have purchased 32-bit editions.
Which is suit for you, 32-bit or 64-bit?
There are few software and add-ins designed for 64-bit versions of Office 2010. Microsoft recommends most users to install 32-bit version of Office 2010 but not 64-bit version at following pages:
"This product includes both 32- and 64-bit versions for a single computer. We recommend the 32-bit version, which runs great on both 32- and 64-bit versions of Windows. People who routinely use very large documents or spreadsheets that need more than 2 GB of memory may want to run the 64-bit version, but many common add-ins for Office don't run correctly in the 64-bit edition."
We recommend you to install the 32-bit version of Office 2010 and you will enjoy the full features interface with Classic Menu for Office 2010.
What should I do if I have to use 64-bit of Office 2010 now?
If you have to use 64-bit of Office 2010 now because of some reasons, please don’t worry about it. We have released new software Classic Menu for Office 2010 Starter which supports 64-bit of Office 2010. It is free for our customers who have purchased 2010 suites. It is also free for customers who have purchased Classic Menu for Office 2007 after Jan 1, 2010.
The limitation of Classic Menu for Office 2010 Starter is including Classic Menu for Word, Excel and PowerPoint 2010 only. If users need Classic Menu for Outlook, Access, InfoPath, Publisher, Visio and Project 2010, they need to download and install Classic Menu for Office 2010 Suites (they supports 32-bit of Office 2010 now) at
Why does the Starter support 64-bit but other (Enterprise, Professional Plus…) don't?
Because the Starter only includes Classic Menu for Word, Excel and PowerPoint, developers can build these menus without using Com Add-ins Technology. But developers have to build Classic Menu for Access, Outlook, InfoPath, Publisher, Visio and Project with Com Add-in Technology. The 64-bit of Com Add-in Technology is difficult and we have to spend more time to bring it to our products.
It supports all languages that are supported by Microsoft Office 2010: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, Dutch, Danish, Arabic, Korean, Chinese and more...
The software automatically shows the classic interface in the language of your Microsoft Office 2010. You don't need install, add, change any file or setting if you switch the language pack of Office 2010. It will automatically switch to the new language.
You can enable or disable the classic menu and toolbar in an easy way. And the Classic Menu Manage center can help you quickly configure the setting.
You can add the menus and toolbars to Quick Access Toolbar, and then you can minimize the Ribbon and finish all operations without Ribbon.
The Office 2010 controls and icons on the ribbon are always available. You can easily select and show/hide the build-in tabs on the ribbon.
Familiar Keyboard Shortcuts
We placed a "All" item on the main menu, press Alt, Q, Q to activate it and browse the whole menus with keyboard just like before. You could use familiar keyboard shortcuts and call functions on the main menu.
Various Display Position
The Menus tab could be showed on the left of Home tab, or showed as the last tab.
Download and Install
You can free download the software from our web site. Download it less than 2 minutes, install it less than half a minute, and show the main menu and toolbars immediately.
The software is based on Microsoft Office Add-in rules and fully compatible with all suites of Microsoft Office 2010 (32 bit) andMicrosoft XP(32/64), Vista(32/64), Windows 7(32/64), Windows 2003 and 2008 Server(32/64).
Small File Size
Very small size, only 2.9 MB. Don't need to install or configure any .Net framework or other installation package.
100% Satisfaction Guarantee
We provide with 60-day money back guarantee. No matter what the reason may be, if you are not satisfied with your purchase in 60-days, we will refund your money immediately.
Windows 7/Vista/XP, and the x64 versions of Windows 7/Vista/XP.
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