(Bloomberg) -- Microsoft Corp. has reorganized its Office unit to combine products that tackle the same tasks rather than carving out individual products, said Julie Larson-Green, chief experience officer for Microsoft’s applications and services group.
The company combined PowerPoint, Word and the Sway interactive-presentation app, all tools for content creation, while putting data and analytics tools like the Excel spreadsheet and Access database together, she said on Tuesday at the Bloomberg Technology Conference in San Francisco.
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