Microsoft Office 2007 review
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Business users should be considering Standard, Small Business or Professional editions. The differences between these editions are Publisher, Access and Business Contact Manager. If you don’t need Access (and not many people do), then Small Business or Standard may suffice. However, if you have five or more users of Office in your organisation, you should be considering the Professional Plus or Enterprise editions. Professional Plus adds InfoPath and Communicator and the Enterprise edition adds OneNote and Groove. Don’t forget you can mix and match the suites and the individual applications, so it’s perfectly possible to buy Small Business edition and OneNote if that’s what you want.
The new user interface is bold and exciting and, because all the commands that are relevant are visible to you, it’s much easier to get the job done rather than playing hunt the command. Control-freaks and stick-in-the-muds may not immediately enjoy it so much, but if you spend a little time getting used to it it’s easy to make good-looking documents quickly. We really don’t think you’ll want to go back.
Read the full review of Word 2007 here.
Read the full review of Excel 2007 here.
Read the full review of Outlook 2007 here.
Read the full review of PowerPoint 2007 here.
Read the full review of OneNote 2007 here.
Read the full review of InfoPath 2007 here.
|Software subcategory||Office software|
|Processor requirement||500MHz processor|
Operating system support
|Operating system Windows Vista supported?||yes|
|Operating system Windows XP supported?||yes|
|Operating system Linux supported?||no|
|Operating system Mac OS X supported?||no|
|Other operating system support||None|