In September, Microsoft unleashed Office 2019 for Windows and Mac, marking the first update to the perpetual versions of its Office apps since Office 2016. There are quite a few new bits and changes across each app that bring them up to par with their Office 365 siblings, including improved inking features and data analysis tools.
Office 2019 is set to continue rolling out for all consumer and commercial customers over the next several weeks. But if you're looking to get up to date on all of what's new, or just have a resource to lean on when things get confusing, the "For Dummies" series has been updated for the latest Office releases.
Office 2019 For Dummies, in all of its different iterations, is now up for preorder on Amazon. At around $30 a pop (and up), they're not cheap. But if you're a fan of having a physical resource to reference for common tasks and issues, they're worth a look.
Here's a look at the full lineup:
- Excel 2019 For Dummies - $30
- Office 2019 All-in-One For Dummies - $34
- Office 2019 For Dummies - $26
- Word 2019 For Dummies - $26
- PowerPoint 2019 For Dummies - $26
- Outlook 2019 For Dummies - $26
- Access 2019 For Dummies - $26
- Office 365 For Dummies - $26
It's worth noting that the list price for most of the For Dummies books is $30, so the $26 price is only a temporary discount.
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