Office suite

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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[edit]

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

Less common components of office suites include:

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