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A collection of applications, each of which can stand alone, but which have been designed to work together. The most common example is the 'Office Suite' which will include, normally, a Word Processor, a Spreadsheet, a Presentation application, a Personal Organiser / Scheduler, probably an e-mail program, and, in some versions, a database application. The objective of the developer is clearly to try and lock in users to a particular set of programs rather than selecting separate appellations from different suppliers.

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