Saturday, 25 August 2012

Microsoft Office Professional 2013 with Serial

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Microsoft Corp. CEO Steve Ballmer unveiled the
customer preview of the new Microsoft Office, optimised for the Windows 8
and touch-based devices like tablets. The next release features an
intuitive design that works beautifully with touch, stylus, mouse or
keyboard across new Windows devices, including tablets. The new Office
is social and unlocks modern scenarios in reading, note-taking, meetings
and communications and will be delivered to subscribers through a cloud
service that is always up to date. You can download the Customer
Preview of Office 2013 right here. Unlike
the earlier versions of Office, the new one is tied into a subscription
service of Office 365 and depending on the version you pick, you'll be
able to download 'apps' like Word, Excel, etc on a limited number of PCs
using a single licence. While pricing details will be announced at the
time of launch, here are the three subscription models you can opt for:

  • Office 365 Home Premium — designed for families and
    consumers. This service also includes an additional 20 GB of SkyDrive
    storage and 60 minutes of Skype world minutes per month.

  • Office 365 Small Business Premium — designed for
    small businesses. This service also includes business-grade email,
    shared calendars, website tools and HD webconferencing.

  • Office 365 ProPlus — designed for enterprise
    customers who want advanced business capabilities and the flexibility to
    deploy and manage in the cloud. 

A fresh new start

“We are taking bold steps at Microsoft,” Ballmer said at the press conference in San Francisco. “The
new, modern Office will deliver unparalleled productivity and
flexibility for both consumers and business customers. It is a cloud
service and will fully light-up when paired with Windows 8.” 
responds to touch as naturally as it does to keyboard and mouse. Swipe
your finger across the screen or pinch and zoom to read your documents
and presentations. Author new content and access features with the touch
of a finger. You can use a stylus to create content, take notes and
access features. Handwrite email responses and convert them
automatically to text. Use your stylus as a laser pointer when
presenting. Color your content and erase your mistakes with
ease. OneNote and Lync represent the first new Windows 8 style
applications for Office. These applications 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. Office Home and Student
2013 RT, which contains new versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and
OneNote applications, will be included on ARM-based Windows 8 devices,
including Microsoft Surface.

Some of the main highlights of the new Office include:

  • SkyDrive - Office saves documents to SkyDrive by
    default, so your content is always available across your tablet, PC and
    phone. Your documents are also available offline and sync when you

  • Roaming - Once signed in to Office, your
    personalized settings, including your most recently used files,
    templates and even your custom dictionary, roam with you across
    virtually all of your devices. Office even remembers where you last left
    off and brings you right back to that spot in a single click.

  • Office on Demand - With a subscription, you can
    access Office even when you are away from your PC by streaming
    full-featured applications to an Internet-connected Windows-based PC.

  • New subscription services - The new Office is
    available as a cloud-based subscription service. As subscribers,
    consumers automatically get future upgrades in addition to exciting
    cloud services including Skype world minutes and extra SkyDrive storage.
    Subscribers receive multiple installs for everyone in the family and
    across their devices.

  • Yammer - Yammer delivers a secure, private social
    network for businesses. You can sign up for free and begin using social
    networking instantly. Yammer offers integration with SharePoint and
    Microsoft Dynamics.

  • Stay connected - Follow people, teams, documents
    and sites in SharePoint. View and embed pictures, videos and Office
    content in your activity feeds to stay current and update your

  • People Card - Have an integrated view of your
    contacts everywhere in Office. The People Card includes presence
    information complete with pictures, status updates, contact information
    and activity feeds from Facebook and LinkedIn accounts.

  • Skype - The new Office comes with Skype. When you
    subscribe, you get 60 minutes of Skype world minutes every month.
    Integrate Skype contacts into Lync and call or instant message anyone on

  • Digital note-taking - Keep your notes handy in the
    cloud and across multiple devices with OneNote. Use what feels most
    natural to you — take notes with touch, pen or keyboard, or use them
    together and switch easily back and forth.

  • Reading and markup - The Read Mode in Word provides
    a modern and easy-to-navigate reading experience that automatically
    adjusts for large and small screens. Zoom in and out of content, stream
    videos within documents, view revision marks and use touch to turn

  • Meetings - PowerPoint features a new Presenter View
    that privately shows your current and upcoming slides, presentation
    time, and speaker notes in a single glance. While presenting, you can
    zoom, mark up and navigate your slides with touch and stylus. Lync
    includes multiparty HD video with presentations, shared OneNote
    notebooks and a virtual whiteboard for collaborative brainstorming.

  • Eighty-two-inch touch-enabled displays - Conduct
    more engaging meetings, presentations and lessons, whether in person or
    virtually, with these multitouch and stylus-enabled displays from
    Perceptive Pixel.

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