As a rule, Microsoft comes out with a new version of the most frequently used office software every three years. In the past, there were also some serious changes and enhancements that have brought real added value after some training period.
Thus, the networking of the individual components between Word, Excel, Outlook & Co. as well as the mobile use has become more and more in focus.
In general, however, it comes at some point in time that you have pretty much anything that makes sense, and later only marginal changes to the successor versions are made.
We tested Office 2019 Professional Plus in its final version, explaining some of the new features and, of course, whether and who it is worth buying, and who can rather do without it. The most common programs used by average users were tested: Word, Excel and Outlook