Microsoft Office, also known simply as Office, is a family of server and client software, as well as services and applications, developed by Microsoft. Office was launched in 1988 by Bill Gates, and the original version featured only three apps: Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. In the time since, this family of applications has grown significantly.
Microsoft Excel is a commercial, interactive spreadsheet application that was developed by Microsoft in 1985. Excel has hundreds of features and tools that help users organize, manage, analyze, and visualize data.
Microsoft PowerPoint is a presentation graphics application that can be used to create slideshows conveying important information to an audience in a manner that’s accessible and engaging. PowerPoint provides users with the tools for word processing, graphing, drawing, outlining, and managing presentations.
Microsoft Outlook is a software system designed to manage personal and professional information. Although most Outlook users rely on this application for email purposes, it also comes with other features, such as journal logging, note-taking, contact and task management, web browsing, and calendaring.
Microsoft Word is a word processing application offered by Microsoft. It was designed to help users make professional-grade documents, such as reports, letters, and resumes. Those working with this software can create their own documents from scratch, as well as edit existing documents.
Microsoft Access is a database management platform. It offers an array of tools that were designed to help users design their own database applications, such as reports, data input forms, and tables.
Microsoft Project (MSP) is a project management software that was designed to aid Project Managers with their professional needs. This suite of tools provides users with an effective means to manage portfolios and projects.
Microsoft OneNote is a note-taking, information storage, and research application. It allows users to save text, images, and audio files in a central document that can be accessed for personal use, as well as shared with others. Similar to the way a physical notebook functions, OneNote includes books, as well as sections and pages.
Microsoft Editor is an intelligent, writing-assisting software that is offered for Microsoft Word and Outlook, as well as a browser extension. This AI-powered application is designed to help users be all-around better writers.
Microsoft Project is a type of project management software designed to provide Project Managers, as well as anyone tasked with overseeing a project, with the tools necessary to complete the project on time and within budget. This application enables Project Managers to plan and oversee projects from conception to completion, as well as to assign tasks, track deadlines, schedule, and allocate resources
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