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Old 12-14-2021, 04:39 PM
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Originally Posted by customprint View Post
I would argue that its a completely separate product, so it should have its own category. If you have used 2019 version, its quite different and a different product than 365. Plus they wont have any more desktop versions allegedly, so the philosophy of versioning doesn't scale past 2019 (which is 3 years ago now).

or hey, just make it a text field or at the very least optional. Because right now, 2019 is WRONG. so its bad data you are collecting.
Office (and Word 2021) is available now.

When Office 365 was launched, it was the same as Office 2013. Features were added and eventually Office 2016 was launched as a catch up. Then Office 2019, and now 2021 have been launched. At one point, these are virtually identical to Microsoft (Office) 365 (not completely, some features are reserved for 365, but not many).

I agree that having the version 365 in forum profiles makes sense.

It will make historical questions a bit less useful, though. Which 365? will matter as far as the suggestions made and answers given.
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