About Microsoft Office
Microsoft Office was developed and released on November 19th, 1990 by Microsoft.
Microsoft Office is a collection of office-related applications. Each application serves a unique purpose and offers a specific service to its users. They grouped the applications together in collections called suites. There’s a suite of applications for students, a suite for home and small business users, and a suite for large corporations.
They are available in 35 different languages and are supported by Windows, Mac and most Linux variants. In 2012, it was reported that Office was being used by over a billion people worldwide.
Some of the most used apps included in Microsoft Office are: Excel – to store, organize, and manipulate data; Word – to create documents, flyers, publications; OneDrive – to store data online; PowerPoint – to create presentations; Publisher – to create extensive publications, posters, flyers, menus; OneNote – to organize data you collect including handwritten notes, drawings, screen captures, audio clips etc.; Outlook - to manage email and calendars, to do lists, and contacts; Access – to capture and analyze data from computers or networks.
For additional information, visit their official website: office.com.