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.
No, Windows Vista Ultimate is the Operating System while Excel forms part of the Microsoft Office suite (which must be purchased separately).
There are many programs included in the Microsoft Office Professional edition for 2007. These include Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook, Publisher and Access.
The programs included with Microsoft Office Live are Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Powerpoint. The minimum system requirement for Windows to run these programs is Windows XP and for Mac it is Mac OS X 10.2.
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 sold as a separate product.
Yes Windows 8 has included Excel, Word and PowerPoint. It is because of the fact that Microsoft has the right of these products.
No. Excel is part of Microsoft Office. Windows 7 is the operating system and it does not include the Office applications, which must be bought separately if you want Office on your computer.
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Unfortunately, no. The most cost-effective option is to purchase Microsoft Office 2007 Home and Student edition. Excel comes with this.
No Excel is not included. But you can get basic MS Office applications, file sharing and other cool stuff online at http://www.officelive.com/?source=OfficeFinder rubiconn.com