If you need a software suite that can help you write simple or well formatted text documents, to create huge spreadsheets, and build or edit catchy presentations, Microsoft Office 2007 is the software suite for your needs. The three most important components of the suite are Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and Microsoft PowerPoint.
The “Word” is a rich text processor that supports complex formatting, as well as images, videos and other objects. Excel is a spreadsheet editor that enables you to create and maintain huge spreadsheets with everything you need. And, lastly, PowerPoint is the presentation creator that allows you to insert anything from text and graphs to images and videos into your presentations.
Starting with Office 2007, Microsoft has included the Ribbon – a new look of the interface that contains all of the most important tools right at the top of each Office program.
No more confusions with menus and searching for options everywhere. Corrections, various import and export options, PDF creation options, performance improvements and user interface tweaks – all these have been included in the 2007 edition of Office.
And let’s not forget the ever-present Outlook email client or the Publisher design utility. In case you’re looking for a database management client, Access is still present in Microsoft Office 2007.
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|April 18, 2017|