Microsoft Office

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Microsoft Office

(product)
Microsoft's bundles of productivity tools including Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Powerpoint, Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Access, Microsoft Publisher, Microsoft Front Page, Microsoft Team Manager, Microsoft Project, Microsoft Schedule+, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Small Business Financial Manager, Automap Streets Plus.

Editions of Office include Microsoft Office Professional Edition, Microsoft Office Standard Edition, Microsoft Office Small Business Edition, Microsoft Office Developer Edition. Different editions contain different subsets of the above applications.

Current version, as of 2004-08-30: Office 2003.

http://microsoft.com/office.
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Microsoft Office

Microsoft's flagship suite of desktop and mobile business applications for Windows, Mac, iOS and Android. All versions of the suite include Word (word processing), Excel (spreadsheet) and PowerPoint (presentations), which date back to the late 1980s and can still be purchased outright. Additional applications are included in Home and Business plans available as annual subscriptions that have to be renewed. For details, see Microsoft 365. See Microsoft Word, Microsoft Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Microsoft Office versions and application suite.
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