After a long pause that Microsoft took in 2011, it seems that it was all planned to make 2012 really happening when it comes to Microsoft’s Product launch. From the very beginning of this year, Microsoft has been able to catch huge limelight, first for Windows 8 consumer preview, followed by the release of Microsoft Office 2013’s customer preview. The new version that Microsoft would soon release this year, has an edge on all the existing versions that were ever released. For people who are still in a jeopardy whether to replace their Office 2010 (which is also satisfactory) with the new reveal, Here goes a dedicated post to highlight the new and unique features that are added in the upcoming Office 2013. 1- Start from where you left off
How much do you hate finding your documents again while leave them incomplete? Microsoft is wise enough to take its notice. With Office 2013, all your recent documents are just a click away. You will see a list of recently opened documents every time when you will get started with any Office 2013 application. This contributes in not only making things simpler, but also saves your time. Editor’s note: Not only that you get recent items when you start any app of Microsoft Office 2013, if you open a document that you had previously opened, you will get a welcome back notice on the right hand side of the document. If you click on the notice, you will be taken to the exact point where you left off and closed the document last time. 2- Save documents to the cloud
Microsoft believes in offering everything to its users so that they do not have to go somewhere else. Realizing the importance of cloud storage that Google and Apple adopted, Microsoft has now offered a cloud storage facility that enables its users to store their documents online and enjoy accessing them throughout the world. All you need to do is to create a live account, or if you are already have one, just login with it. With this, all your documents will be stored...
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