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Microsoft announces office 2021 prices and features

The most awaited release of Windows 11 is all set now. This week, on October 5, Microsoft will release its Windows 11 operating system. Office 2021 features and pricing have been published by the business ahead of its official release. It has a redesigned ribbon interface, softened edges, and neutral colors.

Real-time co-authoring, OneDrive compatibility, and Teams integration are among the collaborative capabilities included in the Microsoft 365 edition of Office. Other Microsoft 365 features will be included in Office 2021, according to Microsoft. The complete list of features and modifications may be seen on Microsoft’s support website.https://support.microsoft.com

Here’s how much Office 2021 will set you back in the United States:

  • $149.99- Office Home and Student 2021

          Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Teams for PC and Mac are included.

  • $249.99- Office Home and Business 2021

Everything from the Home edition, as well as Outlook for PC and Mac, are included.

          Also included are the rights to use all Office applications for work.

Office 2021 is compatible with Windows 11 and Windows 10, as well as the three most current macOS versions. If you’re moving to Windows 11, Microsoft recommends getting Office 2021 instead of Office 2013, because Office 2013 won’t work on the new OS.

To use Office 2021, you’ll need a Microsoft account and an internet connection, according to Microsoft. You’ll get 5GB of free OneDrive cloud storage when you sign into the applications using your Microsoft account.

Real-time co-authoring will be supported in Office 2021, allowing users to collaborate on papers with others in real-time. Users of MS 365, Office 2021, Office.com and the Office mobile app are affected.

Office’s user interface has been changed to reflect its new status and to align with Windows 11’s sensibility. Users with MS 365 or Office 2021 on Windows 10 will be able to get this aesthetic update.

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