“We knew we needed to make a change, and in 2015, we chose to migrate to Microsoft Office 365 and completed our migration successfully with help from Microsoft Services Premier Support.
I really like the new Microsoft Office 2013, even knowing there are several free productivity suites available out there. I wouldn't blame you for asking why you would pay for it when you could get a comparable set of office tools from Google Docs and several other services for a lot less or even free. But after using Office 365 Home Premium on both a tablet and a desktop PC for the last few days, I can tell you that there are plenty of reasons to trade up.
On a conclusive note, Microsoft Office 2007 is an indispensable upgrade for every user who is already utilizing the features of previous systems. With the major rework on the menus and tabs, users can expect to produce more professional documents and presentations for everyday use in almost any industry. However, if you are already performing your best using a previous version and you feel you don’t need the additional one-time cost, you can just settle with that for now.
Students and professionals who are strict in formatting detail and those who are style-conscious on their outputs certainly would make good use of the Suite. Users who would want an intuitive and easy-to-navigate interface will have a great time working with Microsoft Office 2007.
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For you to be able to use Microsoft Office 2007 you are required to activate your product, see Product Activation below on how to go about this.