Excel 2007 version differences


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gromit12

Hi,

I'm thinking of buying Office 2007, but unsure whether to buy
Professional or Home & Student. I'm mainly concerned that the Excel I
get with the Home & Student won't have the full functionality as the
Professional edition. I seem to recall, for example, that the Excel
Pro from Office 2003 had some XML capabilities that the standard
version didn't.

Is the same true for Office 2007? Does anyone know where I can find
out the differences between the different Excel versions?

Cheers

Gromit
 
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George Nicholson

For feature comparison of Office 2007 versions:
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/suites/FX101635841033.aspx

Note that H&S version for 2007 only includes Word, Excel, Powerpoint and
OneNote.

Traditionally, owning the H&S version does NOT qualify you for upgrade
pricing on future versions.


For feature comparison between Excel in the Office 2007 versions:
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel/FX101757151033.aspx
For the purpose of that article, I would assume that the version with H&S
would have the same features as Standard.


HTH,
 
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gromit12

Thanks,

That helps a lot - I didn't know about the future upgrade
qualification issue.

I think H&S is the one for me because I don't need Outlook (we use
Lotus Notes). And, it seems like you have to go up to Professional
Plus before seeing any changed to Excel's capabilities (Excel Pro
seems the same thing as Excel H&S).

Cheers

Gromit
 

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