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Microsoft has just released the free preview version of the all new Microsoft Office 2013. You can now download Microsoft Office 2013 immediately on your computer to try it. Note that you will get a beta version of Microsoft Office 2013.
The biggest change in Microsoft Office 2013 is the look and feel of its interface. Instead of the traditional user interface (UI), it now uses the Metro UI, which is one of the new feature of the upcoming Windows 8. Although, unlike Windows 8, Office 2013 only has partial implementation of Metro UI.
Microsoft Office 2013 comes with a lot of new features, including a built-in PDF Editor. Now you can edit and create PDF files in Office 2013 without using any third party software. You can download the Microsoft Office 2013 using the links given below and try it yourself to find out what else is new.
If you have an uninterrupted internet connection, you can download and install Office 2013 from this link. You can also download full offline installer for Office 2013 from the following links to download and install Office 2013 without internet connection.
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New Features in Office Pro 2013: 1. Hidden Ribbon Personally, I like the ribbon interface, and I’m glad that Microsoft is extending that same functionality across virtually every product it makes. But, many people don’t appreciate it like I do, and even though I’m a fan I’d still like to work on a less cluttered workspace sometimes.
Thurrott reports that Office 2013 continues the legacy of the ribbon UI, but that it is hidden by default. He points out that the move probably has something to do with accommodating the simplicity of the Metro interface.
2. Touch Mode Microsoft is jumping into the tablet game with Windows 8–with both traditional Intel/AMD-based architecture, as well as Windows on ARM (WOA) for ARM-based tablet hardware. One of the defining elements of tablets is the lack of a physical keyboard, and the dependence on a touchscreen interface for multi-gesture navigation.
Office 2013 applications have a Touch Mode button to make the software easier to use with a touchscreen device. According to Thurrott, Touch Mode enlarges the ribbon buttons and other controls, and spaces things out more so you can swipe and tap more accurately with your fingers.
3. Office Marketplace You can’t develop anything these days without launching some sort of app store, and Office 2013 won’t be an exception to that rule. Microsoft is planning the Office Marketplace as a resource for users to find extensions and tools to expand the capabilities of the Office software, and customize it to work the way you need it to.
4. Password Protected Change Tracking As a writer, I love being able to track changes within a document. It makes it much easier to follow feedback and comments, and to be able to see what was added, deleted, or changed, from the original. However, anyone with access to the file can accept changes or delete comments, and the tracking will be gone.
Word 2013, the Office 2013 version of Microsoft Word, allows you to password protect change tracking so that only you—or someone with the designated password—can delete those changes.
5. Weather Bar Outlook 2013 sports a weather bar in Calendar mode. Obviously the weather updates can only predict so far into the future–usually a week to 10 days tops–but, now you can have at-a-glance access to the predicted weather conditions on a given day to help you plan out your week.
6. Inline Replies Following the lead of the Office Web Apps version of Outlook, Outlook 2013 will no longer pop open a new window to reply to an email message. Thurrott says, “Now, replies happen inline by default, and in the area normally reserved for the reading pane.”
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Operating System: Windows 7 or newer, either 32-bit or 64-bit; Windows 2008R2 or newer with .Net 3.5 or greater. It isn’t possible to install on a PC running Windows XP or Vista. To use with Windows 8 you must be running the Release Preview version or higher. Get the Release Preview.
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