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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Microsoft Office 2013 suite how to tutorials, tips, tricks, news and reviews. Covering Word 2013, Excel 2013, Outlook 2013, Powerpoint 2013, Onenote 2013 and all the other components that make up Office 2013.
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.
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.
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.
Even though PowerPoint 2013 has tons of shapes, making your own adds a personal touch to a presentation. Here’s how to create your own custom shapes for presentations.
The Microsoft Surface running Windows RT includes the Office 2013 Home and Student edition. Here’s how to manually update to the final version.
Need to find the Office 2013 version is running on your system? Here’s a quick tip on finding where it’s located.
Excel 2013 offers many of the same features as the 2010 edition, among them is the ability to transpose tables from rows to columns.
Microsoft is offering you the ability to use Office 2013 Professional Pro free for 60 days. Here’s how to download and install the new version for a test drive.
Merging Contacts in Outlook 2013 is an easy way to manage multiple email addresses from the same person. Here’s how to manage your contact list easier.
Adding frequently used commands to the Quick Access toolbar in Office 2013 make you more productive. You’re not just limited to basic actions either.
Microsoft Office 2013 saves files to your SkyDrive by default. But you might have them save to your computer’s local hard drive instead. Here’s how.