Everything you need to know about Office 2013
Posted on 21 Sep 2012 at 11:46
You may have used the beta extensively, but have you found all the new features? We reveal all
Not content with unleashing a new operating system on the world next month, Microsoft is also preparing to give us a shiny new version of Office to go with it. It has a fresh look, dozens of new features and makes a huge shift towards cloud computing.
In this feature we'll dive deep into the many new features and improvements in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and OneNote in Office 2013, and we'll take a close look at Microsoft's shift towards Office in the cloud.
Click the links below to find out everything you need to know about Office 2013.
See for yourself
If you haven't already tried out the Office 2013 applications for yourself, you can download the Office 365 Home Premium Preview here.
Author: PC Pro staff
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