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Office Suite


In computing, an office suite, sometimes called an office software suite or productivity suite is a collection of productivity programs intended to be used by knowledge workers. The components are generally distributed together, have a consistent user interface and usually can interact with each other, sometimes in ways that the operating system would not normally allow.

Typical office suite components

Existing office suites contain wide range of various components. Most typically, the base components include:

Less common components of office suites include:

See also

External links

  • DMOZ / Office Suites
  • Comparison of online office suite with reviews and cost
  • Review: Open-Source Office Suites Compared

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