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What does it mean when you dream about an office?
Dreams about one’s place of work may simply indicate that one can’t leave work at the office, has too much to do, or too much on one’s mind. An office is often a symbol of authority and of one’s professional esteem and position in the world. Other kinds of meanings are indicated by the nature of a particular office (e.g., the welfare office, a lawyer’s office).
Microsoft OfficeMicrosoft'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.
Microsoft Office versionsFollowing is a brief summary of Office versions since its inception in 1989 for the Mac. See Microsoft Office.
WINDOWS VERSIONS OF MICROSOFT OFFICE MS # Version 17 Microsoft Office 2019 16 Microsoft Office 2016 15 Microsoft Office 2013 14 Microsoft Office 2010 13 skipped 12 Microsoft Office 2007 11 Microsoft Office 2003 10 Microsoft Office XP 9 Microsoft Office 2000 8 Microsoft Office 97 7 Microsoft Office 95
Office 2019 (Office #17)
Released in 2018 for Windows 10, Windows Server 2019 and macOS Sierra. Office 2019 uses the same user interface style as Office 2016. See Office 2019.
Office 2016 (Office #16)
Released in 2015, files can be created and edited directly from the desktop. See Office 2016.
Office 2013 (Office #15)
Designed for touchscreens and low-power devices. See Office 2013.
Subscription-based version of Office with cloud storage. See Office 365.
Office 2010 (Office #14)
Retained the Ribbon interface introduced with Office 2007 and added numerous features along with sharing and social enhancements. See Office 2010.
Office 2007 (Office #12)
A major update to Office featuring a new Ribbon user interface and new file formats. See Office 2007 and Office file formats.
Office 2003 (Office #11)
Support for XML and data collaboration. Office files could be saved as native XML for easier integration with other applications, and Microsoft's SharePoint portal turned Office into a groupware system administered on a Web server.
Office XP (Office #10)
Added document sharing over the Web, a significant document recovery feature and integrated Hotmail service. Introduced in 2001.
Office 2000 (Office #9)
A major upgrade with numerous changes. More integrated with the Web, Office 2000 added collaboration features and support for opening and saving HTML documents, even doubling as an HTML editor.
Office 95 (Office #7) was the first 32-bit version of Office, followed by Office 97 (Office #8), which added Internet integration and Outlook. The formats in Excel 97, PowerPoint 97 and Word 97 were changed, but files could be saved in a dual 95/97 format for backward compatibility. Access 97 files were not backward compatible. The last 16-bit versions of Office were Office 4.x. See MSW abc's.
MAC VERSIONS OF MICROSOFT OFFICEVersion CPU Office for Mac 2019 Intel Office for Mac 2016 Intel Office for Mac 2011 Intel Office for Mac 2008 Intel & PPC Office for Mac 2004 PPC Office for Mac 2001 PPC Office 98 1998 PPC Office 4.2 1994 PPC Office 3.0 1992 PPC Office 1989 Moto PowerPoint 1987 Moto Excel 1985 Moto Word 1984 Moto PPC = PowerPC Moto = Motorola