Upgrade to The New Office 2013

Microsoft recently announced the coming release of the new version of Office. With new features largely based on the touch functionality of Windows 8, and a continued commitment to the cloud subscription model Office will be available for purchase through Office 365 (Office 365 ProPlus) and traditional retail stores.

 
 

New Features

-New Read Mode
-Object Zoom
-Resume Reading
-Reply Comment
-Simplified Sharing
-Present Online
-Alignment Guides
-Live Layout            
-PDF Reflow

-Start Screen
-Theme Variants
-Alignment Guides
-Merge Shapes
-Slide Zoom
-Navigation Grid
-Auto-extend
-PowerPoint Web App
Coauthoring

-Recommended Pivot Table
-Flash Fill
-Recommended Charts
-Quick Analysis
-Chart Formatting Control
-Post to Social Network

-New OneNote
-In Sync
-Embed Files
-Inking
-Tables
-Search
-Auto-Save
-Simplified Sharing

-Exchange ActiveSync
Support
-Navigation Bar
-Social Connectors
-Peeks
-People Card
-Share Your Calendar

Office 2013: A first look at the new version of Microsoft Office

Today, Microsoft unveiled the new Windows 8 based version of Microsoft Office via live webcast hosted by CEO Steve Ballmer. Building on the momentum behind the release of Windows 8 OS, Microsoft gave consumers a peek at the coming version of Office 2013 (generally referred to as Office 15), and pieced together Microsoft’s cloud-driven vision for how it will tie into the features of Windows 8, and the social integration of other Microsoft products such as Yammer and Skype. KEEP READING…

Description: Logo for Office 2013

 

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