When you purchase Windows XP, it does not come with Microsoft Excel. You will have to purchase the Microsoft Suite, that comes with Word and Excel.
No. Microsoft Excel is not bundled with Windows XP Home (or any version of Windows). It must be purchased as part of the Microsoft Office Suite.
All versions of Excel should work with all versions of Windows.
Windows XP is an operating system. Microsoft Excel is an application that is part of the Microsoft Office Suite. Microsoft Office does not automatically come with any version of Windows XP or any operating system. You have to order it or buy it separately when you are getting a computer.
No. Windows XP is an operating system. Microsoft Excel is an application. It must be purchased separately. When you buy a computer you could ask to buy a version of Microsoft Office and have it installed on your computer, but it does not come automatically with your computer.
Windows XP is the program that actually runs your computer so you can use it (the follow up programs are Windows Vista, Windows 7), Windows 2007 is related to the Office programs like Word, Excel, PowerPoint etc.
Windows XP is a general name given to sevearl operating systems released by Microsft in the early 200's. These include: Windows XP Home, Windows XP Pro, WIndows XP Stater, Windows XP Media Edition, WIndows XP Tablet, Windows XP N, Windows XP K and Windows XP KN
It depends. There is no direct relationship between Windows and Excel versions. If you have Windows XP, you probably use Excel 2003. If you have Windows 7, you probably use Excel 2007 or Excel 2010. Excel 2007 and later can read Excel 2003 files, but Excel 2003 cannot read Excel 2007 files, unless you save the files in "compatibility mode." Excel 2007 and later contain some features not available with Excel 2003 and earlier. If you need to use the same worksheets with several versions, then save your files in compatibility mode with the newer versions.
if your have windows 7, you have windows 7. if you have windows xp, you have windows xp. that's the difference.
None. Excel is an application that is part of Microsoft Office. Some vendors may install Offfice or Excel when they build the computer, but it is not a part of any version of Windows.