History and development of Microsoft Office software



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Office 2007 introduced Ribbon Interface



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Office 2007 introduced Ribbon Interface and helped you create professional looking documents by providing you with a complete set of tools to create and format your document in the new Microsoft Office Fluent user interface.

Office 2010 introduced Web Office 2010 applications

Microsoft Office 2010 enables people and employees to stay connected and work efficiently wherever they are. You can use the same applications from your PC, smartphone or web browser.

Office 2013 comes with cloud integration

The evolution of MS Office continues with Office 2013 and Office 365 and takes cloud computing to the next level, while Touch.

Office 365 was introduced in mid-2011 to replace Microsoft’s cloud business suite. Since then, it has come a long way and has taken over independent Office versions in universities and companies. It contains web versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and a messaging program. It also offers subscribers unlimited storage space on OneDrive.

Office 2016 is the current version. The version, which is still in beta phase, is fully optimized for mobile devices and touch screens. Therefore, compared to Office 2013, it does not offer many new features, with the exception of closer integration in the Cloud with which users may not feel comfortable.

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Please read this article to learn how to choose your Office 2013 package.



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