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Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus
The Professional Plus suite includes the following applications:

Access is a relational database management system that helps information workers track and report information.

Excel is a spreadsheet application with data analysis and visualization tools.
InfoPath is an information-gathering program using electronic forms deployed through web browsers, email messages, or mobile devices.
Lync Desktop is a unified communications client that works in conjunction with Skype for Business Server. Lync Desktop enables users to talk to each other using instant messaging, voice, or video and to switch back and forth between modes.
OneDrive Pro is an application that allows team members to collaborate by sharing files, participating in online meetings, and using collaboration tools in the cloud.
OneNote is a note-taking application that allows various types of content to be shared among team members.
Outlook with Business Contact Manager is a time and information manager that integrates email, calendar, contacts, and tasks.
PowerPoint is a presentation graphics program with capabilities for text effects, sound, and animation.
Publisher is a desktop publishing program that allows people with basic layout skills to create a wide variety of publications.
Word is a full-featured word-processing program.
Major Capabilities

Cloud storage:

With OneDrive, you can securely store your documents in the cloud and edit them from anywhere.

Themes and layouts:

Prebuilt Office themes and SmartArt graphic layouts facilitate document design and help ensure a consistent appearance when creating Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, and PowerPoint presentations.

Web integration:

With Office Web Apps, users at separate locations can co-author or edit the same file at the same time. These online applications are free companions to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote that enable document access, sharing, and collaboration from any web browser.
Data integration: Databases can be linked to external sources, such as other Access databases, Excel spreadsheets, ODBC (open database connectivity) data sources, and SQL Server databases. Other users within your organization can view or modify Access data when Access is integrated with Microsoft SharePoint Server.
Multiple file format support: Most Office applications, including Word and Excel, can save or export files as PDF or XPS documents natively, without requiring the user to download and install add-ons.
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