Office 2013 applications are made and optimized for both touch and non-touch screens with 2 different display modes, Mouse and Touch. Touch Mode spaces the buttons a little farther apart on the screen so it’s easier to tap using your finger
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Microsoft Office 2013, a version that has cloud developed in mind, has seamlessly integrated Microsoft own cloud service, SkyDrive. Users who have signed up with SkyDrive service take advantage of saving and opening files directly from and to the cloud.
Microsoft recently released a pretty cool Windows Phone 8 App, called Office Remote, that allows you to use your Windows Phone handset as a smart remote to interact with Office Applications on your Bluetooth-powered desktop, such as remote-controlling your Word,
Microsoft’s Outlook 2013 has this great neat feature in Calendar view, where it will show you the up coming three day weather forecast of the location of your choice. The only problem is, by default Outlook will show the weather temperature
One of the things I need to do recently is to create a new PowerPoint presentation slideshow that will automatically show a list of messages indefinitely. You will likely see those introduction slideshows or videos when you are in an
I’ve been using Office 2013, officially released yesterday, for a few months now since it was RTM’d way back last October. One of the most interesting feature with this new release is the support for Windows RT, which also means
Microsoft Office 2013 is designed for Windows 8, so it’s no surprise seeing the Start Screen embedded in the design. If you haven’t tried, the Office version of Start Screen is the first screen you will see after you launch