Here are the prices for Office 2016, for more details, you can check out the official Buy Office page.
Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac was released back in October 2010 and now, almost 5 years later, we finally have a new office for Mac.
Microsoft Singapore launches a new addition to the Office 365 family, Office 365 Personal. It is targeted for the individual. Office 365 Personal allows you to install Office on one PC/Mac and one tablet device to be connected to the service. It cost S$89.00/year (yearly subscription) or S$9.80/month (monthly subscription).
Microsoft also renamed Office 365 Home Premium to just Office 365 Home. The subscription still stays at S$138.00/year (yearly subscription) or S$13.80/month (monthly subscription). Office 365 Home allows you to install Office on five PCs/Macs and five tablets.
After about 4 years in the making, Microsoft Office for iPad is finally here and it is free!
Free in the sense that you can view Word/Excel/PowerPoint documents, but if you want to edit them, you need to have a Office 365 subscription.
Microsoft Office 365 & Microsoft Office 2013 is now available (as of 30th January 2013)! you can get it from your favourite computer stores or online directly from Microsoft Store Singapore Online Store.
If you have bought the previous version of Microsoft office between 19th October 2012 to 30th April 2013, you are entitled to a free upgrade, just go to office.com/offer to redeem your copy of Microsoft Office 365 or Office 2013. The redemption period is between 29th January 2013 and 31st May 2013.
Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac is now available. You should be able to find it on the shelves of most computer retail stores.
Here are the two editions of it:
Microsoft Office 2007 Service Pack1 has been officially released!
What can you expect in Service Pack 1?
Next in the Microsoft Office line after XP will be Office 11, it will be out sometime next year, but it can only work on Windows 2K and XP. Click here for some Office 11 screenshots.
Also, next in the Microsoft Windows line, rumoured to be called Windows 2004, and Longhorn is the code name for its alpha and beta stages, just like Whistler is the code name for Windows XP alpha and beta stages. Click here for some Windows Longhorn screenshots.