The New Office 2013, A Great Experience On Touch Devices That Run Under Microsoft Windows 8

Microsoft Office 2013, the new experience of the software comes with a new interactive designed and work great with touch feelings with mouse and keyboard. The new Office 2013 is come with support for Microsoft’s Windows platform, and  use on a variety of devices including tablet PCs. It would provide users with a great experience on touch devices that run under Windows 8. Also it’s designed to be more social, and comes with support for new scenarios related to read, note-taking, meetings and communications. It will be connected to cloud services always. The New Office 2013 comes with  built in Skype features and SkyDrive integration.microsoft-office-2013

Main features in new Office 2013:

1- Office 2013 reply to touch as naturally as it does to keyboard and mouse. Rub your finger across the screen or pinch and zoom to read your documents and presentations.
2- Easy use a stylus to create content take notes, access features and color your content and erase your mistakes with ease.
3- New Microsoft Windows 8 style applications for Office are designed to deliver touch-first experiences on a tablet. A new radial menu in OneNote makes it easy to access features with your finger.
4- The New Office 2013’s Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote applications will be included on ARM-based Windows 8 devices including Microsoft Surface.

 

Muhammad Farooq

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