Microsoft saw a jump in profits from its server and tools business last quarter, while its desktop Windows and Office business posted slight declines in profits from a year earlier, according to documents filed Thursday with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

The company released individual segment sales when it reported earnings last month but, until Thursday, had not reported how much money each of its seven business units made or lost.

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