Hot sell - Office 2019 pro plus
- - Word
- - Excel
- - Cortana Digital Personal Assistant
- - PowerPoint
- - Outlook
- - Publisher
- - Access
- - Skype for Business
- - Office Online
- - Windows 10/10 or Server 2016 ONLY
- - 1 GHz or faster x86/x64-bit
- - 32-bit: 1 GB of RAM
- - 64-bit: 2 GB of RAM
- - 3 GB of available disk space
- - 1280 x 800 resolution
- - DirectX 10
- - Microsoft account required
Office 2019 Professional Plus
Easily manage your email, calendar, contacts, and tasks. Push email
support keeps your inbox up to date, conversation view groups
related messages, and calendars can be viewed side-by-side for
Create and share professional-looking documents with
state-of-the-art editing, reviewing, and sharing tools. The new
Design tab provides quick access to features, and Smart Lookup
shows relevant contextual information from the web directly inside
Analyze and visualize your data in new and intuitive ways with a
fresh user interface plus your favorite keyboard shortcuts.
Leverage features like Analysis Toolpak, Slicers, and Formula
Builder to save time, so you can focus on insights.
Easily create, personalize, and share a wide range of
professional-quality publications. Swap pictures with a simple drag
and drop, or add pictures directly from your online albums. Use
special effects to make your publications stand out.
The changes for PowerPoint are all about enhanced media and visual
element support in presentations. The notable additions here are
support for 3D model display/manipulation and SVG files on slides;
new morph transitions; the ability to export your presentation in
4K UHD video format, and you can now write by hand and move
elements with your pencil while editing.
The biggest new feature is the introduction of Modern Charts.
Anyone who’s used previous versions will know that the inbuilt
charts look so old fashioned you almost get a sense of nostalgia.
The new charts are more akin to those found in recent versions of
The suite of charts include Column (Clustered, Stacked and 100%
Stacked), Line (Line, stacked line, 100% stacked line), Bar
(Clustered Bar, Stacked Bar and 100% Stacked Bar), Pie and Combo.
Formatting of charts is done using Access property sheets, and the
fairly intuitive Chart Settings pane, so is a bit different than
say formatting charts in Excel. The ability to change the chart
colours or themes does seem to vary depending upon the chart.
If you’re upgrading from an older database version don’t worry, all
the old charting features will remain so you can use the new charts
alongside the “classic” charts enabling you to move to the new
charts as and when you want to.