Microsoft has released a new version for its GIS program called Microsoft Bookkeeping Software, and it has a whole lot of new features.
Microsoft says the new software includes a number of new capabilities that include: Microsoft Bookmaking Software: A new feature lets users track their bookkeeping and calendar entries with a single click Microsoft Bookwriting: This feature lets you keep track of your bookkeeping, calendars, and receipts in Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Teams, using Microsoft Word and PowerPoint.
Microsoft Outlook: This is Microsoft’s email client, and if you use Outlook on Windows or on an iPhone, iPad, or Android device, Microsoft Outlook will automatically update its calendar and bookkeeping features when you visit the Microsoft site.
Microsoft Teams: This new feature allows you to share your Microsoft Office documents with others.
Microsoft Exchange Server: This mail client also lets you manage your emails in Microsoft Exchange.
Microsoft Excel: This Excel spreadsheet is the most popular spreadsheet on Microsoft Office.
Microsoft Word: This Word document editing tool allows you edit text and PDF documents in Microsoft Word.
Microsoft PowerPoint: This PowerPoint viewer can also help you create and edit PowerPoint presentations.
Microsoft Web Apps: This app lets you add and edit web pages in Microsoft Web Applications, including Microsoft Edge.
The app also has the ability to upload your documents to Microsoft Cloud.
Microsoft SkyDrive: This cloud storage service lets you save, share, and search your documents.
Microsoft OneDrive: OneDrive lets you access your files and documents from any device with a data plan, and OneDrive can backup your files to your PC.
Microsoft Dynamics: This digital business management software lets you work with your teams to build and manage digital business applications.
Microsoft SharePoint: This online business tool lets you share documents and presentations.
This service is available in Windows and Mac OSX.
Microsoft Access: This service lets users access files and email with other users.
Microsoft ActiveSync: This security feature is a security feature that helps protect against a computer’s inability to retrieve data.
Microsoft Azure: This Azure-based business software lets users manage their accounts, files, and devices.
Microsoft Skype: This Skype audio-visual messaging service lets people communicate on Skype.
Microsoft Edge: This browser lets you browse and edit websites and web pages.
Microsoft Calendar: This calendar software lets people create and organize their calendar entries.
Microsoft Notes: This note-taking software lets customers save and share notes.
Microsoft Office 365: This office suite lets people manage their Microsoft Office files, documents, and calendar events.
Microsoft Lync: This file and web-based collaboration software lets other people collaborate on Microsoft Lyncs online services.
Microsoft Translator: This translation software lets anyone translate Microsoft Office document content from other languages into their own languages.
Microsoft Visio: This web-oriented software lets individuals and organizations create, share and edit documents.
This includes Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook.
Microsoft Weather: This weather app lets people save and view weather forecasts.
Microsoft Voice: This voice-based messaging service allows you communicate with people around the world.
Microsoft Surface: This tablet is a personal computer that lets you interact with Office documents and other applications.
Windows 10 and the new version are free.