Microsoft confirms Office 12 will be Office 2007

Microsoft announced today the lineup for Microsoft Office Suites 2007.

 

Alongside the product branding, Microsoft has also revealed pricing for the different versions of Office 2007.

 





  • Microsoft Office Enterprise 2007 (Available through Volume Licensing, no price announced)




  • Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2007 (Available through Volume Licensing, no price announced)




  • Microsoft Office Professional 2007 (Retail $499, Upgrade $329)




  • Microsoft Office Small Business 2007 (Retail $449, Upgrade $279)




  • Microsoft Office Standard 2007 (Retail $399, Upgrade $239)




  • Microsoft Office Home and Student 2007 (Retail $149, no upgrade available)




  • Microsoft Office Basic 2007 (Available through OEMs, no price announced)

Individuals programs have also been priced:

 





  • Microsoft Office Access 2007 (Retail $229, Upgrade $109)




  • Microsoft Office Communicator (Available through Volume Licensing, no price announced)




  • Microsoft Office Excel 2007 (Retail $229, Upgrade $109)




  • Microsoft Office Groove 2007 (Available through Volume Licensing, no price announced)




  • Microsoft Office InfoPath 2007 (Retail $199, no upgrade available)




  • Microsoft Office OneNote 2007 (Retail $99, no upgrade available)




  • Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 (Retail $109, no upgrade available)




  • Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 (Retail $229, Upgrade $109)




  • Microsoft Office Project Standard 2007 (Retail $599, Upgrade $349)




  • Microsoft Office Project Professional 2007 (Retail $999, Upgrade $599)




  • Microsoft Office Publisher 2007 (Retail $169, Upgrade $99)




  • Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007 (Retail $299, no upgrade available)




  • Microsoft Office Visio Standard 2007 (Retail $259, Upgrade $129)




  • Microsoft Office Visio Professional 2007 (Retail $559, Upgrade $349)




  • Microsoft Office Word 2007

Office 2007 promises a new UI, better server capabilities and a new product named Groove. Groove allows teams to work together over the web backed by a central management server.

 

Office 2007 is currently in testing and a pre-beta 2 release is expected sometime in March.

 

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