Office 2013 can be pricey, but if you want to make sure its for you there’s a free way to use it for up to half a year!
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In Outlook, when you reply or forward an email message, you always have to close the original one, which is its default setting. Here’s how to make it close automatically.
in Microsoft Word is when you copy and paste something into a document from another source, and it brings over the same formatting. Here’s how to make it always paste in plain text.
If you use Outlook all day and have contacts in different parts of the country, having multiple time zones in the calendar is critical. Here’s how to add them.
There’s a quirk with Microsoft Excel 2010 (and possibly other versions) where custom number formats don’t get applied to existing data. This quick fix can save you from the tedium of re-entering thousands of rows of data.
Sometimes when you need to add a special character to your MS Word document, like the cent symbol, you can go through a long list of symbols from the menu, or just use this simple keyboard shortcut.
Have you ever sent an email saying you attached a file but forgot to include it? Outlook 2013 includes a handy feaure that kicks in if you forget to attach a file.
The Ribbon in Office 2007 wasn’t met with open arms, but now that users are used to it, it’s hard to imagine not having it. Office 2013 allows you to switch between three different views of it.
If you need to edit a document, or write a quick draft and check spelling later, here’s a quick tip to run a spell check with keyboard shortcuts.
When Microsoft Office starts crashing or acting unstable, it’s hard to know where to look for the problem. The Office Configuration Analyzer Tool from Microsoft is a valuable utility.
To the disappointment to Google Reader users, the company is killing the RSS service off in July. In Outlook you can import your Google Reader RSS Feeds and use it as your RSS reader instead.
Viewing spreadsheets side-by-side in Excel has always been a bit awkward. But Excel 2013 puts each spreadsheet in its own window, making this task much easier.
In Office 2013, if you don’t need to see the Save As Backstage view each time you save a new document, you can turn it off. This lets you save new files without extra hassle.
Office 2013 and Office 365 is now availablet for consumers. Today marks the final launch, and confirms the prices for each edition of Microsoft’s latest Office suite.