Microsoft Office Pro Plus 2021 v2112 Build 16.0.14729.20194 (x64) Crack has officially announced the availability of the final version of its Office 2021 release for Windows and Mac users. Following the release of the preview version in the first half of this year, the product has been refined and is now available to users. Office 2021 includes updated versions of apps from the suite, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access, and Publisher.
Office 2021 includes virtually every change that has been added to the suite of programs in Office 365 over the past 3 years, although some features remain exclusive to subscribers. In addition to the main programs Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook, which are available for both Windows and macOS, the Access and Publisher versions are only available for Windows and are included, as usual, only in premiums. Visio and Project for Windows are also available, although they are not part of the ongoing release of Office.
Microsoft Office 2021 includes –
- Microsoft Office 2021 Professional Plus
- Microsoft Access 2021
- Microsoft Excel 2021
- Microsoft Lync 2021
- Microsoft OneNote 2021
- Microsoft Outlook 2021
- Microsoft PowerPoint 2021
- Microsoft Publisher 2021
- Microsoft Visio Viewer 2021
- Microsoft Word 2021
- Microsoft Visio pro 2021
- Microsoft Project Pro 2021
- Skype for business 2021
- OneDrive for Business 2021
- Office Shared Features
- Profing Tools Only 2021
- And many more
What’s New in Office 2021?
If you’re upgrading from the 2019 version, here’s a list of the major new features. Keep mind that these will be new only if you’re coming from an earlier perpetual-license version. Microsoft 365 subscribers saw these features added gradually over the past two years.
- Excel has formulas that immediately return an array of values, a function that assigns names to the results of calculations so that you can use those names in a formula, a function that returns the relative position of an item in a range of cell, and customized views for individual sheets.
- PowerPoint lets you replay animations in which you apply freehand inking to a slide and adds a feature that lets you create a link to a specific slide and send the link to a colleague, with an option to let them edit it.
- Outlook gets on-the-fly translations, faster searches, freehand inking, and more.
- For the first time, Office ships with Microsoft Teams, Microsoft’s answer to Slack.
None of these new features are revolutionary. If you’re already running the 2016 or 2019 version, and you don’t really need these new 2021 improvements, you don’t need to spend money on the new version. And if you’re setting up a new computer, however, and you don’t have an existing license for Office, then you won’t regret starting with the 2021 edition.
If you’re upgrading from a previous version, keep in mind that Microsoft, unlike many other vendors, doesn’t offer reduced-price upgrades. You pay the same amount, whether you’re just starting out with Office or have been using it since the previous century.
You Know These Apps
It’s a certainty that a great many PCMag readers already know their way around Microsoft Office, so we’re only taking a brief look at each of the major apps in the suite, and we’re keeping the emphasis on new features. For those who want deeper dives on the components, we’ll be writing full reviews of several of the bigger ones as we use them over the coming months.
Microsoft Word, the Wordsmith’s Choice
The most powerful word processor ever made gets easier to use with each new version. Word offers so many high-tech features that you may need to search for them—and fortunately, Word and the other apps now include a prominent feature-search field in the title bar. The new search bar also finds Help topics for any terms you enter.
If, like most users, you can’t remember that the menus for editing headers and footers are on the Ribbon menu’s Insert tab, type Header into the feature-search field and Word will take you to the place in the Ribbon where you want to go.
There are some gaps, however. If you’re looking for the Master Document feature, which lets you build a large document from separately editable chapters, the feature-search field doesn’t find it unless you already know that you need to change the View setting from Print Layout to Outline first.
If you use a mouse, Word’s multiple-pane interface works beautifully: Just click in the Proofing pane and correct your spelling and grammar. But if you rely on the keyboard, it’s a real challenge to get to the Proofing pane and select the option you want. I still haven’t figured out how to use the keyboard to navigate the Proofing pane, as shown in the image below.
Such minor complaints aside, Word outclasses everything in competition in ways that benefit both beginners and advanced users. Beginners get to choose among thousands of elegant template designs downloadable directly from Word’s New menu. Advanced users get to use the most full-featured programming language in any word-processor, the same Visual Basic for Applications usable in Excel and PowerPoint.
It’s not an easy language to learn, but anyone can learn the basics by recording a macro and then studying the resulting code in Word’s built-in Visual Basic editor. And if you can’t program Word to do what you want, you can probably find what you want in the many of macros others have posted online.
Excel has always outclassed every other spreadsheet app for speed and power, and that doesn’t change in the latest update. The 2021 version seems slightly faster than the 2019 version when you’re working with large, complex worksheets, but the major reason to get the new version is its expanded feature set.
An ingenious new XLOOKUP function makes it easy to display a value from a large array of data. For example, you may have a column that lists stock symbols and another column that lists current prices of the same stocks. You can go anywhere else in your worksheet and assign one cell as a cell where you can type in a stock symbol, and assign another cell as the one that will display the price of the stock you typed. (This second cell is the one where you create an XLOOKUP formula.)
PowerPoint’s on Point
I already mentioned presentation powerhouse PowerPoint’s new ability to record your freehand inking for playback later. PowerPoint adds a few other convenience features, like the ability to record a slideshow and save it as a video file.
Microsoft Office Pro Plus 2021 v2112 Build 16.0.14729.20194 (x64) Pre-Cracked Requirements
- 2 GHz Processor
- 2GB of RAM
- HDD space 800MB
- 670-MB installation space required
- Windows XP, 7, 8, 8.1, and also 10
- MAC OS X 10.8 or later.
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- Buy-once, use-forever version of Microsoft Office
- By far the most powerful office suite
- Includes access to web and mobile versions
- Cleaner interface with no new learning curve
- Microsoft Word’s automation features are intrusive and hard to control
- Outlook can seem bloated and unwieldy
- Some features are deeply hidden in obscure menus
Microsoft Office Professional 2021 is an application suite for Windows users that includes e-mail, word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, and more. The Professional version has all the features of the basic version, as well as additional tools such as Skype for Business and Outlook.
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