Microsoft Office XP Professional with Publisher Disk packMFR # 269-04508 Shipped Product
Office XP Professional Edition
|Manufacturer Part Number||269-04508|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.microsoft.com|
|Product Name||Office XP Professional Edition|
|Marketing Information||The most significant version of Office ever released, Microsoft® Office XP Professional integrates productivity innovations throughout its programs to transform the traditional Office suite into a smarter overall work experience. By simplifying productivity, enabling collaboration for everyone, and extending Office beyond the desktop, Office XP Professional streamlines how people work with information and one another, making it easier for everyone to create, share, and analyze important data. |
In addition to the core Office XP programs-Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook®, and PowerPoint®- Office XP Professional includes Microsoft Access 2002, the Office XP database solution that helps users store, access, and analyze their data.
|Product Type||Software Suite|
|Software Main Type||Productivity Application|
|Software Sub Type||Office Suite|
|Software Name||Office XP Professional|
|Features||What's New: |
|Suite Contents||Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Access 2002|
|License Type||Complete Product|
|License Quantity||1 User|
|System Requirements||Computer/Processor: |
The recommended system is Windows 2000 Professional on a computer with a Pentium III processor and 128MB of RAM. Pentium 133 MHz or higher processor required.
RAM requirements for Microsoft Office XP Professional depend upon the operating system used, plus an additional 8 MB of RAM for each Office application running simultaneously: for Windows 98 and Windows 98 Second Edition, 24 MB of RAM for the operating system; for Windows Me, Windows NT Workstation or Server 4.0, 32 MB of RAM for the operating system; for Windows 2000 Professional, 64 MB of RAM for the operating system. Windows XP Professional, or Windows XP Home Edition - 128 MB of RAM plus an additional 8 MB of RAM for each Office application (such as Microsoft Word) running simultaneously
Hard-disk space requirements will vary depending on configuration. 245 MB of available hard-disk space is required for the default configuration of Microsoft Office XP Professional with 115 MB on the hard disk where the operating system is installed. Customers without Windows 2000, Windows Me or Office 2000 SR1 will require an extra 50 MB of hard-disk space for the System Files Update. Custom installation choices may require more or less hard-disk space.
Super VGA (800x600) or higher-resolution monitor with 256 colors.
Microsoft Windows 98, Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows Me, Windows NT 4.0 with Service Pack 6 or greater, or Windows 2000, Windows XP or greater. On systems running Windows NT 4.0, the version of Internet Explorer must be upgraded to at least 4.01 with Service Pack 1.
Microsoft Mouse, Microsoft IntelliMouse®, or compatible pointing device.
Microsoft Office XP Professional with Publisher Disk pack
Microsoft Office XP Professional with Publisher Disc Pack comes with a collection of productivity-enhancing apps in a smart, simple workspace. It comes with Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and Access as well as a bonus Publisher Disc to help you consolidate all your tasks and agendas. Office XP Professional is great for organizations requiring powerful collaboration tools, as it comes with the Send and Review feature that allows the sender to view revisions in the original document, plus additional co-authoring tools.
Extra tools help you catch misspellings and symbol errors, while an improved task pane provides easy search and access to all your most commonly used functions. This is a full retail box product of Microsoft Office XP Professional that ships to you from My Choice Software. All of our software is 100 percent authentic and comes with an installation guarantee or your money back. Check out all of our Microsoft Office suites to find the right software for your unique needs.
Microsoft Office XP's empowering document design tools, integration of voice recognition functionality, and impressive network- and Web-based sourcing capabilities should be enough to convince those interested in saving time and consolidating effort to take the leap. In keeping with Microsoft's much-ballyhooed .NET strategy, Office XP introduces several features that utilize the vast infosphere inhabited by the 21st-century desk jockey. Smart tags beckon underneath recognized objects like misspellings or symbols, offering a stock quote here, a synonym there, or "Would anyone care to configure my auto-correction list?" The task pane looks similar to Microsoft Internet Explorer's Explorer Bar, and acts like an open tool chest pulled up alongside each application in the suite, providing readily configured searches for information or multimedia files. Putting up a team Web site that tracks projects and serves as an information hub requires only the use of one of the included templates, ready to be customized and uploaded to the server. The Send for Review feature further streamlines the collaborative process by allowing the sender to view revisions made by multiple parties within the framework of the original document. Outlook now features a color-coded calendar and easier meeting management, along with instant messaging and variable e-mail account access. All user system errors can be tracked globally, and then network security settings modified remotely while anti-virus and debugging IT resources are diverted accordingly.
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I was thrilled to be able to obtain this older, less expensive version of Microsoft Office. In fact, I'd be surprised one would be able to find it anywhere else for less! This is a completely authorized 3-disk version of the product, replete with a recognized product key. It may be long-in-tooth for some, but I found it completely acceptable for all of my personal needs, simple and effective. Who needs all of the expensive, confusing Office program glitz that seems to be cranked out each year by newly graduated MBAs, except the MBAs themselves? MyChoicesSoftware ought to be commended for the offering.