Thursday, December 13, 2012

What’s New In Office 2013: Your Unofficial Overview

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The world’s most popular productivity suite just got a huge overhaul. Are you still left wondering whether you should buy it? If you’re considering an upgrade to Office 2013, or you’ve just paid for the package and want to make the best of it, this Office 2013 manual is for you.
Written by MakeUseOf’s own Christian Cawley, this manual is a great introduction to all of the new Office 2013 features, system requirements and the various pros and cons of the new version. It contains all you need to know before purchasing or installing Office 2013.
In “What’s New In Office 2013: Your Unofficial Overview”, you’ll find out all about:
  • How the Metro/Modern UI works with Office 2013.
  • New collaboration tools for Word.
  • Recommended graph tools in Excel.
  • Slide design improvements for PowerPoint.
  • New design of Outlook.
  • Overhaul of contact management in Outlook.
  • Using OneNote for improved productivity.
  • Using SkyDrive effectively.
  • Upgrades to Access and Publisher.
  • Corporate enhancements to Office 2013.
  • How to Install Office 2013 and what the requirements are.
So, check out this guide either before you fork out the cash for Office 2013 or in order to ensure you’re making use of all its best features. You won’t regret it!
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