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For the past 23 years Microsoft's Office software is ubiquitous through business and education. It has seen a wide range of changes throughout it's history and this presentation summarises the main highlights. To learn more about Microsoft Office visit the UK's number 1 provider of Office training and consultancy at http://www.microsofttraining.net
With MS Office 2013 launching soon lets go back in time to look at theMicrosoft Office story so far.When launched in 1990, it was called "The Microsoft Office".Which version was your favourite? Do you prefer an old faithful?
November 19, 1990:Microsoft Office for Windows is released otherwise known as "Office 1.0".Office 1.0 contains Word 1.1, Excel 2.0 and Powerpoint 2.0.In the same year as this release, Microsoft becomes the first company toexceed $1billion in sales in one year.
August 30, 1992:Microsoft Office 3.0 is released on CD-ROM, including Word 2.0c, Excel 4.0a,Powerpoint 3.0 and Microsfoft Mail.This hugely popular version of Microsoft Office would later be rebrandedfrom The Microsoft Office 3.0 to Office 92.
June 02, 1994:Microsoft Office 4.3 is released featuring Word 6.0, Excel 5.0, Powerpoint 4.0and Mail 3.2, plus Access 2.0 in the Pro version.4.3 is the last 16 bit version and the last to support Windows 3.x, Windows NT3.1 and Windows NT 3.5.
August 30, 1995:Office 95 is released, coinciding with the release of Windows 95 operatingsystem. Works only on Windows 95, NT 3.51 or higher.This is the first Office version to have the same version number for all majorcomponent products (Word etc.)
December 30, 1997:Office 97 released, featuring Word 97, Excel 97, Powerpoint 97 and Mail 97.Office 97 was published on a CD-ROM as well as on a set of three and a halfinch floppy disks. It became Y2K safe with the service release 2.
January 27, 1999:Office 2000 is released, featuring Word, Powerpoint and Excel 2000. This wasthe latest version to support Windows 95, and the last Office version thatdidnt include Product Activation and was not covered by Office GenuineAdvantage.
May 31, 2001:Office XP is released, featuring Word, Excel and Powerpoint 2002. This is thelast version to supportWindows 98, Windows Me and Windows NT 4.0. It alsofeatures improved support for working in restricted accounts in Windows2000 / XP.
November 17, 2003:Office 2003 is released featuring Word, Powerpoint and Excel 2003. This is thelast version to support Windows 2000 and the first Microsoft Office tointroduce Windows XP style icons, which would be common in future editionsof Office.
January 30, 2007:Office 2007 is released featuring 2007 versions of Word, Excel andPowerpoint. Office 2007 is broadly released alongside Windows Vista andcontains an entirely new graphical user interface, referred to as the FluentUser Interface.
June 15, 2010:Office 2010 is released, featuring user interface updates, extended file formatsupport and a changed user experience. Its the first version to ship in both 32and 64 bits and is the debut of free online versions of Word, Excel andPowerpoint.
Released in 2012:Microsoft Office 365 offers secure, anywhere access to email and calendars,Office Web Apps, instant messaging, conference and file sharing. Office 365 isa cloud based application, making it easy to communicate, create and share inthe cloud.
January 29, 2013:A new, cleaned up interface, a radical pricing model and seamless OfficeSkyDrive integration are the key features in Office 2013.For more information visit the MicrosoftTraining.net Office 2013 differencespage.
What do you get in the different versions of Office 2013?Home & Business Standard Professional Professional Plus Word Word Word Word Excel Excel Excel Excel PowerPoint PowerPoint PowerPoint PowerPoint OneNote OneNote OneNote OneNote Outlook Outlook Outlook Outlook Publisher Publisher Publisher Access Access InfoPath Project and Visio are available as separate applications Lync
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