|Stable release||2010 RTM (14.0.4760.1000) / June 15, 2010|
|Operating system||Microsoft Windows|
|Available in||Over 35 languages|
Microsoft Office or Microsoft Office System is a collection of computer programs made by Microsoft. The programs are created for all users. There are different versions of the software for home users and for business users. Some versions may offer more programs, and some versions cost less than others, but none are for free. The current version is Microsoft Office 2013 (Windows) and Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 (Mac).
Main Programs[change | edit source]
The versions available are made up of some or all of the following programs:
Microsoft Word[change | edit source]
Microsoft Word is a word processor that lets users type text into the document and add images, clip art, diagrams and different font or design choices. The main file formats are .doc and .docx. it also helps to check the spelling and find the meaning of words
Microsoft Excel[change | edit source]
Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet and mathematics program that can make calculations and graphs based on data the user enters. The main file formats are .xls and .xlsx. Most computers at schools do not have Microsoft Office 2007/2010, so the file format .xlsx (which is the 2007/2010 format) will not work. Try to save it as a .xls file whenever possible.
Microsoft PowerPoint[change | edit source]
Microsoft Outlook[change | edit source]
Microsoft Access[change | edit source]
Microsoft Access is a database program where people can store data over many tables.
Microsoft Publisher[change | edit source]
Microsoft Publisher is a program that lets people make layouts for newsletters and presentations to print.
Microsoft Office Professional Plus[change | edit source]
Rivals[change | edit source]
There are a lot of other programs which are competitors to Microsoft Office.
Office 365[change | edit source]
Microsoft Office 365 is a new way of sharing Microsoft Office documents with people from your organisation. It is currently in beta and is only open to a limited number of people.
References[change | edit source]
Other websites[change | edit source]
|Common Office suites|
|Microsoft Office • KOffice • OpenOffice.org • iWork|