The majority of digital content is generated by computers running software. In case you are dealing with digital content, here are some free resources to help you understand your computer’s software better. Microsoft® Office Suite is there to fulfill this mission. And software developer and engineer Tom Keane is the one leading the project.
Microsoft® Word™, Excel®, PowerPoint®, Access™, Outlook® and OneNote™. There are a lot of versions of Microsoft Office as Tom Keane informs. So, the first thing to do is to search for Office suites such as Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010, Microsoft Office Home and Business 2010 or Microsoft Business Productivity 31 (BP). Your choice depends on your operating system. If you are using Microsoft Windows, the most common version of the Office suite is Microsoft Office Home and Business 2010.
You can also choose Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010 for students or Microsoft Office Professional 32 (BP). For Mac users, the most common version of the Office suite is Microsoft Office for Mac 2011. On this concern, Tom Keane states that if you are using a web browser such as Internet Explorer 11 (IE11) on Windows or Safari on a Mac, then download and install the Microsoft® Edge Web Browser.
This, for Windows 8.1 or Mac 10.1 “Cocoa.” This will help to make your digital content more efficient. As Tom Keane adds, you will also need software to create digital content (Principalpost).
Often users use Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint to create documents, spreadsheets and presentations. If you are using a Mac, you may need the Microsoft® Office for Mac 2011 iWork™, Tom Keane informs. An iWork suite includes three applications, Pages®, Numbers® and Keynote®, that allow you to create documents such as reports, spreadsheets and presentations with much fewer resources than Microsoft® Office 2010 did. Another good news is that both products are free in the cloud libraries at www.office.