Office 2007 details announced

By Derek Sooman on February 16, 2006, 1:46 PM
Microsoft has announced the product details for Office 12, which will be known as Office 2007. The new suite will be available in a new "Basic" edition, which will be available to OEM customers, featuring Word, Excel and PowerPoint. There is also the "student" version, which was previously known as the "Student and Teacher" edition. Office Standard 2007 includes Outlook as well as the standard Word, Excel and PowerPoint. The Professional edition additionally includes Microsoft Access. Professional Plus adds InfoPath, Office Communicator (Communicator is Microsoft's corporate IM solution) and much more. The Enterprise edition adds OneNote and Groove (the company's virtual whiteboard collaboration software.) Microsoft FrontPage is missing from all configurations, and will be available as a standalone application.




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mentaljedi said:
They should include Frontpage. What about all thsoe students who need to practice using it for their GCSEs. It would be a huge pain to buy it!
Mictlantecuhtli said:
What for does Frontpage need to be used? HTML can be written using any text editor. I prefer vi myself.
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