/build/static/layout/Breadcrumb_cap_w.png
08/20/2013 17385 views

Hi,

I am looking for some documentation that describes the differences between Microsoft Excel standard and Excel Professional. Is the code for both of these products the same? Or are there subtle differences?

Kevin

Answer Summary:
0 Comments   [ + ] Show comments

Comments



Community Chosen Answer

3

according to Microsoft there is no difference between both if you look at Excel only (except some cloud stuff which is only avaiable in Pro and Licensing).

The difference is between the office suites, as the standard suite does not have Access and some other programs which will be provided by the Pro Suite only.

Answered 08/21/2013 by: Nico_K
Red Belt

All Answers

2

The key distinction between the two is their software applications. The Office Standard has Outlook, Powerpoint, Excel and Word only. While Office Professional has Access, Excel, Powerpoint, Publisher, Word and Outlook with Business Contact Manger. The Access includes a library of database templates for most common business processes and improved tools to filter, sort, and group data While the Publisher helps you publish a wide range of marketing publications for e-mail, web, and also, for printing.

Read more: Difference Between MS Office Standard and Office Professional | Difference Between | MS Office Stvsard vs Office Professional http://www.differencebetween.net/object/difference-between-ms-office-standard-and-office-professional/#ixzz2ccalQFbS

Answered 08/21/2013 by: ekgcorp
10th Degree Black Belt

0

Are the Math function the same ? 


Answered 04/04/2019 by: LJSudds
White Belt