Microsoft on Tuesday took the beta tags off its latest office suite and formally unveiled Office 2010, Visio 2010, and Project 2010.

The product is now available at 35,000 retail stores like Best Buy or online at, and can also be purchased pre-loaded on a variety of PCs.

"Working with major retail partners and PC makers, we've made dramatic changes in the way we deliver Office 2010 to give consumers more buying choice, making it easier than ever to unlock the power of Office on new and existing PCs," Stephen Elop, president of Microsoft's Business Division, said in a statement. "For the first time, people can purchase a Product Key Card at retail to activate Office 2010 preloaded on new PCs. For those who want to download Office 2010 direct from for an existing PC, the new Click-to-Run technology will have them up and running in a matter of minutes."

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