Program Name: Microsoft Office 2019 Pro Plus
Description: Microsoft Office Arabic, English, German, French and Russian languages 2019 64 bit
Version: Pro Plus v1903 B 11425.20228
Core Type: (64Bit)
Size: 3.71 GB
Office 2019 is the latest version of Microsoft’s productivity software that’s available as a one-time purchase from a retail store or through a volume licensing agreement.
Office 2019 is separate from Office that’s available through Office 365 (or Microsoft 365) plans. For example, if you’ve deployed Microsoft 365 Apps for enterprise (previously named Office 365 ProPlus) to the users in your organization, you don’t need Office 2019. You already have all the features, and many more, that are included in Office 2019.
Volume licensed versions of Office 2019 are available for enterprise admins to download and deploy to the users in their organization. This includes the following Office products:
These Office products now use Click-to-Run, instead of Windows Installer (MSI), as the installation technology. But, how you activate these Office products – for example, by using Key Management Service (KMS) – remains the same.
Office 2019 for Mac is also available for volume licensed customers. For more information, see Deployment guide for Office for Mac.
The biggest change since Office 2016 is that the installation technology used by the new volume licensed versions of Office is Click-to-Run, instead of Windows Installer (MSI). Click-to-Run has been the installation technology for most Office products since the release of Office 2013.
In addition to Click-to-Run, the following are some other changes that you need to be aware of:
Even though there is a different installation technology, you can still use the same software distribution tools, such as Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager, that you currently use to deploy Office. Also, how you activate volume licensed versions of Office – for example, by using Key Management Service (KMS) – remains the same.
The major version of Office 2019 is staying at 16.0, so some additional things are staying the same if you’re upgrading from Office 2016, including the following:
For information about the new features in Office 2019, see the “what’s new” articles for Access, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Project, Visio, and Word. Office 2019 includes some, but not all, features that are available in versions of Office that come with an Office 365 (or Microsoft 365) plan.
Office 2019 won’t receive additional new features now that it has been released. If you want to get new Office features on an on-going basis, you should consider moving to an Office 365 plan (or Microsoft 365) plan that includes Office. Most of these enterprise plans include Microsoft 365 Apps for enterprise (previously named Office 365 ProPlus), which includes the same Office apps as Office Professional Plus 2019. For more information about available plans, see Office 365 plans for enterprises and Microsoft 365 plans for enterprises. For more information about new features, see What’s new in Microsoft 365.
We recommend that you uninstall existing versions of Office before you deploy Office 2019. If you’re uninstalling previous versions of Office products that were installed with Windows Installer (MSI), the Office Deployment Tool can remove most of those products for you as part of the installation of Office 2019. For more information, see Remove existing versions of Office before installing Office 2019.
In Office 2019, you’ll find new inking tools, data types, functions, translation and editing tools, motion graphics, ease-of-use features, and so much more! Check out what’s available to you today.
Add visual impact
Bring visual interest to your documents, worksheets, and presentations by inserting Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) that have filters applied to them.
Break the language barrier
Translate words, phrases, and other text selections to another language with Microsoft Translator.
LaTeX equation support
You asked for it! You can now create math equations using LaTeX syntax.
Add motion with Morph
Make smooth animations, transitions, and object movements across your slides with Morph.
Find what you’re looking for with Zoom
Zoom takes you from one slide to another, in any order you like. Skip ahead or revisit slides without interrupting the flow of your presentation.
Run a slide show with your digital pen *
Use your Surface pen, or any other pen with a Bluetooth button, to advance your slides.
* Requires Windows 10 Fall Creators Update
Microsoft Office 2019 Pro Plus
Microsoft Office 2019 Pro Plus
TEXTJOIN, CONCAT, IFS, and more. Let Excel do the work so you don’t have to.
Inking is where it’s at
Convert ink to shapes, write out complex math problems, highlight text, and more. Use a finger or a pen. A mouse works too!
Visualize your data with new charts
Choose from 11 new charts, including line, column, and bar charts. Match fields to chart dimensions and preview your changes instantly.
Large Number (bigint) data type
The Large Number data type stores a non-monetary, numeric value and is compatible with the SQL_BIGINT data type in ODBC. This data type efficiently calculates large numbers.
Easily link tasks
Forget about memorizing the ID of the task you want to link to. Instead, select a cell in either the Predecessors or Successors columns to see a list of all the tasks in your project.
Task progress at a glance
Label your timeline bars with task names and dates to quickly communicate project plans and work in progress.
Kick-start your diagrams
The Organization Chart, Brainstorming, and SDL templates have new starter diagrams to get you up and running quickly.
Bring ideas to life
New Website Templates are ideal for creating a low-fidelity design sketch to present ideas before the actual design process begins.
One-click fixes for accessibility issues
The Accessibility Checker is better than ever with updated support for international standards and handy recommendations to make your documents more accessible.
Helpful sounds improve accessibility
Turn on audio cues to guide you as you work. Audio cues are part of sound effects, which you can find in Options > Ease of Access.