|Product Name:||Microsoft Office 2019 Professional Plus||Contents:||Word, Excel, PowerPoint|
|Windows RAM:||2 GB For 32 Bit, 4 GB For 64 Bit||Windows Hard Drive:||≥ 4 GB|
|Mac OS RAM:||2 GB||Mac OS Hard Drive:||≥ 10 GB|
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How Does Office 2019 Compare to Office 2016?
Office 2019 does offer some of the new features incorporated into Office 365 since the release of Office 2016. This includes features like the following:
Improved inking in all the Office apps
A PowerPoint Morph transition that lets you create the appearance of movement between similar slides
Some new chart types in Excel
A Focus Mode in Word that hides onscreen window elements to help minimize distraction.
A Focused Inbox in Outlook that keeps your important messages separate from all the less important ones
Some better integration with the newer Microsoft servers and services (like Teams)
There are some more features we didn’t list, but it’s not much, honestly. Businesses might be interested in upgrading, especially if they’re using some of those services and need better integration. But for home and small business users, there’s nothing that compelling there. If you’ve already got Office 2016 and it’s working well for you, there’s not much reason to upgrade.
Office 2019 Word
Easier on the eyes across Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook, OneNote with Office 2019 Word Black Theme.
Office 2019 Word offers additional learning features and tools, captions, audio descriptions, text to speech and more accessibility improvements
Office PowerPoint 2019
Office PowerPoint 2019 fuels a richer and more dynamic presentation experience, including the effortless creation of cinematic motion, applying the motion of 3D objects into your slides, while being able to jump between sections in the order you decide with the simple stroke of a pen.
Office 2019 Excel
Office 2019 Excel enriches your presentations with better scaling, new chart types and more elements designed to identify insights, trends and opportunities to leverage your data. Plus, using the visual chart type, TimeLine you can show a series of events in chronological order over a linear progression of time.
|Microsoft account||Microsoft account|
|Internet access||Internet access|
|Windows 10||Intel processor|
|1.6 GHz, 2-core processor||4 GB RAM|
|4 GB, 2 GB (32bit) RAM||10 GB available disk space|
|4 GB available disk space||Mac OS Extended or APFS|
|1280× 768 screen resolution||1280 × 800 screen resolution|