Microsoft Office is a suite of applications designed to help with productivity and completing common tasks on a computer. You can create and edit documents containing text and images, work with data in spreadsheets and databases, and create presentations and posters.
Simply, Microsoft Office is an office suite of desktop applications, servers and services for the Microsoft Windows and Mac operating systems. It includes Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Access and Publisher. Microsoft Windows Vista was an windows OS for PC not Office Suit.
Microsoft Office 365 is a suite of cloud-based productivity and collaboration applications that integrates all Microsoft’s existing online applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher, Sway, and Access) into a cloud service, adding Skype for Business and Microsoft Teams as the main communication and collaboration applications. Enterprises of all sizes are finding Office 365 collaboration to be increasingly popular due to its ability to drive productivity, ROI and corporate success.
MS Office Recent Version
Microsoft Office 2019 (Second perpetual release of Office 16) is a version of Microsoft Office for both Windows and Mac. It is the successor to Office 2016 and was succeeded by Office 2021 on October 5, 2021. It was released to general availability for Windows 10 and for macOS on September 24, 2018.
Microsoft Office Button
The Microsoft Office Button is located on the top left corner of the MS-Word window and it is a new user interface feature that replaced the traditional “File” menu. You can also find this button in MS-Outlook while creating a new message, task, contact, etc
The Office Button allows you to open, save, and print documents, and perform other document output functions (e.g., fax and email). The Office Button is also where you go to change Word’s options and preferences, by clicking the new Options button (e.g., Word Options, Excel Options, PowerPoint Options).
New– Creates a new document
Open– Opens an existing document form disk
Save– Saves the open document to disk
Save As– Saves the open document to disk under a different name
Print– Prints the open document
Prepare– Prepares the document for distribution, through such tasks as adding a signature on encryption
Send– Sends the document to another user by email or fax
Publish– Makes the document publicly available via a document serve or a public web space
Close– Exits the open document.