Microsoft Office 2013

Microsoft Office 2013 || All major features and benefits

Microsoft Office 2013 is a suite of productivity applications that includes Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Publisher, Access, InfoPath and Link, a Visio file viewer and the optional inclusion of Project. Microsoft Office 2013 did not introduce as many changes as the previous version. However, it did feature several new enhancements that expand the access of Office applications

Office 2013 has many new features, like it totally integrated with the internet means you can edit files online. That means You can edit PDF files as well, as it’s totally compatible with the Microsoft tablet PC surface. So that you can carry on with your productivity anywhere you go.

Note: One feature that has not changed in Microsoft Office 2013 is the use of XML-based file formats. Such as .docx, .pptx, .xlsx, and .aspx. This means that you can open files saved in Microsoft Office 2013 in Office 2007 or later versions. You don’t need to use a file converter or compatibility pack.

Microsoft Office 2013
Microsoft Office 2013

Microsoft Office 2013 is for Windows systems that meet the following system requirements:

  • Windows 7 (32-bit or 64-bit) or newer operating system.
  • Processor: 1 GHz or higher.
  • Memory: 1 GB (or higher) for 32-bit and 2 GB (or higher) for 64-bit.
  • Hard Disk: 3.0 GB.

Download Microsoft Office

If you want Microsoft Office 2013 download from the official website, all you need is an MSN or Hotmail account. You can download and try Office 365 Home Premium, Office 365 Small Business Premium. And you also can download Office 365 Enterprise and Office 365 ProPlus from the link mention below. Microsoft Office 2013 Download

All major Features

Edit PDF Files. Microsoft Word 2013 can now edit PDF files that are the most popular file format nowadays. You cannot only open and edit PDF files, but you can also save files in this format. That means you don’t need any third-party software to tackle PDF format files.

Live Layout. That feature was not available in the previous versions. But in Microsoft Office 2013, you can embed YouTube clips with just one click of a button.

Touch mode. Fully compatible with your all touch devices, including tablets. You can switch your software to a touch screen and normally more with just one click. In touch screen mode, you will see tiles rather than menus and icons.

Cloud integration. Save, edit and open your files anywhere around the world with the help of cloud service. Microsoft office is planning to provide its own cloud service and by default. So, it will store your files online for your convenience.

Tracking changes. Comments ad threads are more unique and highlighted so that you can easily recognize them in your file. When you want to edit comments, click on it, and a small editor will be open.

Reading mode. Specially designed for Tablet users due to the size of the screen. So, in Microsoft Office 2013, you can view your files in full-screen mode, which will only contain your materiel.

Onscreen keyboard. It is not a feature that most users will appreciate, but it’s good for Tablet users. It is also good for people who like to create files in their own language.

Alignment Guides. When you create documents now, It will show you guides alongside your text. That means you can easily align images and objects in your files.

Live Preview. As you drag the images in between your text, you don’t need to create separate tablets for them. Microsoft Office 2013 will automatically adjust its self’s and create space.

Microsoft 2013 all benefits

Flash Fill. Automatically adds the predefined data in all columns in Microsoft Excel 2013. So, you don’t have to edit every column. For example, if you have two columns with data First name and Last name. You don’t have to enter their email address in the third column.

New Read Mode.  It will create columns automatically so that you can read files with ease. Columns can be re-arranged according to your choice as well.

Object Zoom. Some times you want to see the details of some object in your word files. Now you have the ability to zoom in on the object by just clicking on it or tap on it on touch screen devices.

Resume Reading. Bookmarking was never so easier before; visit and read files online and stop reading. After some time, when you start again from the spot where you left.

Reply Comment. Comments are an easy way to communicate with the file author. But now, you can also reply to these comments without unlocking the file.

Simplified Sharing. The world is moving fast, and we don’t have time to install software on every device. So now you can share your word files with your friends even if they don’t use Word.

PDF Reflow. Open any PDf file in word, and it will automatically align all the attributes of PDF file like paragraphs, tables, images and even bookmarks for you.

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