You can download Microsoft Office 16.0 from our software library for free. Microsoft Office lies within Office Tools, more precisely Document management.
The most frequent installation filenames for the software are: MSOO.EXE, firstrun.exe, OSA9.EXE, OIS.EXE, FRONTPG.EXE, MSACCESS.EXE, MSPUB.EXE, msouc.exe, EXCEL.EXE, OSA.EXE, WINWORD.EXE, CVH.EXE, POWERPNT.EXE, misc.exe and OFFDIAG.EXE etc.
This PC program deals with ".oqy", ".rqy" and ".xla" files. This PC software can be installed on Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8/10 environment, 32 and 64-bit versions. This download was scanned by our antivirus and was rated as clean.
The software can also be called "Microsoft Office 2000", "Microsoft Office XP Professional with FrontPage", "2007 Microsoft Office system". This software is an intellectual property of Microsoft. The most popular versions among Microsoft Office users are 15.0, 14.0 and 12.0.
Microsoft Office is the most popular Office Suite for personal and professional use. It comes with MS Word that lets you create, edit, and share documents quickly and easily. PowerPoint can be used to design high quality customized presentations; present version has the Morph feature that makes it easy to create fluid motion. MS Excel helps you organize your numeric or text data in spreadsheets; you can perform complex data analyses by writing simple program codes.
Outlook is another useful application that simplifies the management of your email accounts; you can download/send emails without typing email ID and password once you have set it up.
This software package also has database management and project management tools, notes editor, web publisher, and other useful programs.
You may want to check out more software, such as Security Update for Microsoft Office Outlook 2007, Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 for Microsoft Office Outlook or Microsoft Office File Validation Add-In, which might be related to Microsoft Office.
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This tutorial is on how to convert KML (.kml) files to XLSX (.xlsx) format using Microsoft Excel by Microsoft Corporation.
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