Microsoft Office 2021 will arrive on October 5, 2021, a date that will coincide with that of Windows 11. The version will be available in perpetual license or via Microsoft 365 subscription.
We know the prices of Microsoft Office 2021
Many are waiting for the official release of Windows 11 on October 5, but it won’t happen on its own. Microsoft has indeed announced that Office 2021 will arrive on the same day as its new operating system: Windows 11.
Office 2021, the one-time purchase version of Microsoft’s office suite, will be available on Mac and Windows on October 5. To prepare people’s minds for this launch, the publisher is announcing the prices of the software today: the Family and Student version will be billed at $149 (probably the equivalent in euros), the Family and Small Business version will come back to 249, $99.
The suite will include Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Microsoft Teams, both on PC and Mac. For Office Small Business 2021, there will be everything found in the Home and Student offer, as well as Outlook and the rights to use all Office applications for professional purposes.
Office 2021 will include the collaboration features found in Microsoft 365 versions of Office, with real-time co-authoring, OneDrive support, and Microsoft Teams integration. The new office suite will also have the new Office design with a refreshed interface, rounded corners, and a neutral color scheme that all match the UI changes of Windows 11.
Word, Excel, PowerPoint switch to Windows 11 design
Office 2021 will also include the new Office design which features an updated ribbon interface, rounded corners, and a neutral color scheme that all match the UI changes in Windows 11.
Microsoft is also adding some Microsoft 365 features to Office 2021, including modern Excel features, PowerPoint enhancements, better user experience in Office apps, and support for Outlook translation.