Microsoft Office 2013 what's in and what's out

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Microsoft Office 2013 is a revolution in the way the popular business productivity suite is viewed and used. Across Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel a raft of new features have arrived - and some have been deleted. Our presentation will guide you through the major features that are in and out in this latest version. For more information contact us at http://www.microsofttraining.net

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Microsoft Office 2013 what's in and what's out

  1. 1. WHAT’S IN & WHAT’S OUTIN MICROSOFT OFFICE 2013 March 2013
  2. 2. Having revolutionised their venerable OSfranchise with Windows 8, Microsoft are aiming to fully integrate Office 2013 with their new vision.We look at what’s in and what’s out in the latestedition of the world’s most used software suite.
  3. 3. WHAT’S INThe new start experience. Find everything you need in one place
  4. 4. WHAT’S IN Full integration with SkyDrive cloud storagesystem: Sync your documents across all yourWindows devices so that you can access them anywhere.
  5. 5. WHAT’S INOne Office. Five devices. Optimised for touch.
  6. 6. WHAT’S INNew modern minimalist interface that helps you focus on your work. Plus, Office applications available through an online subscription service
  7. 7. WORDInserting graphics from the internet is a breeze with content from Bing and Flickr, as well as Office Clip Art.
  8. 8. Bookmark features: Pick up where you left off in a document
  9. 9. Read mode in Word designed for touchscreen use; scroll through a document by swiping horizontally.
  10. 10. PDF Editing: Open any PDF, edit it, and save as a docx or PDF file
  11. 11. EXCELFlash fill automatically enters data based on the users entry patterns, reducing the need for formulas and macros
  12. 12. Recommended Charts leads you towards suitable layouts with one click
  13. 13. Recommended PivotTables give you immediate insight into analysis of your data
  14. 14. POWERPOINTFormatting is easier than ever in PowerPoint
  15. 15. New themes & merge shape tools
  16. 16. A new presenter view makes it easy for apresenter to make slide changes the audience cannot see
  17. 17. OUTLOOK Get ongoing updates on specific documents,sites and people delivered to your activity feed
  18. 18. View multiple email accounts, Facebookupdates, and Linkedin feeds all in one place
  19. 19. Chat in real time to co-workers with integrated Skype support
  20. 20. OneNoteIntuitive touch controls
  21. 21. Convert your handwriting into text
  22. 22. Embed pictures, documents and videos into your notes with ease
  23. 23. WHAT’S OUTThe much maligned office “assistant” Clippy was famously sent to the scrapheap in a previousupdate of Office. So what has been cut this time round.
  24. 24. WHAT’S OUTCustom XML has been removed due to a court ruling which decreed it was a patent infringement
  25. 25. WHAT’S OUTOld-school 3D cone and cylinder charts
  26. 26. WHAT’S OUTMicrosoft Office Picture Manager
  27. 27. WHAT’S OUTMicrosoft Clip Organiser
  28. 28. For the latest Microsoft Office news and discussion head over to our blog.Alternatively, if you’re looking for the best Microsoft Office training, find us at www.microsofttraining.net March 2013

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