2 of the most tumultuous changes that can be applied to a software package are the changes to the interface and the file format. Microsoft managed to overcome the disruptive nature of changes in software by developing and marketing the Office 2007 software package. The change of file format to the new XML file formats run very well due to the fact that they open up a wider possibility of recovering data from a corrupted file and that they save a lot of space. These files are also in zip files which means good news all over because of the fact that you can index and tag files or directly extract the information without opening them in an application.
Another prominent feature of the new Office 2007 software package is the new Ribbon Interface—which promotes the usage of context-sensitive ribbon of tools, in comparison of the old menus or toolbars format. What works best with the ribbon interface is that you can simplify and organize your most-used functions in any way you like.
Often, the most-used features of Office are Word, SharePoint, and Outlook—if you are looking at this software package from a business perspective. The Outlook feature of the Office 2007 software package packs more power in manner of organization and visualizing information, SharePoint works much better with Outlook, with reasons of the calendars look like alike with that of Outlook—making it easier for you to organize and single-out, and Word works in a more sensible manner of utilizing ribbons for existing tools, organizing new and frequently-used effects into a gallery, providing building blocks of documents, and more varied themes of SmartArt.
Should You Own It?
There is a list of good and promising features the Office 2007 software package that includes a new interface that gives amateur full control as the likes of a professional and expert user, a new graphics engine that beautifies everything, a more comprehensively improved security feature, and a smoother collaboration of the different applications within the software package. Considering the fact that Microsoft’s applications are the few of the best in the industry, you’d be regretting to not own a copy of a Microsoft Office 2007 software package.