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Microsoft Office 2013: 10 Best Features

Go inside Office 2013, Microsoft's ambitious suite for both desktop and mobile devices.
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Hurrah! You can edit PDF files in Word 2013. Simply open a PDF as you would any other document. Word 2013 maintains the formatting of the file, which is fully editable. You can insert pictures and videos from online sites such as YouTube and Facebook as well. And readers can watch video clips from inside your document.

When you start Word, a right-side column shows your recently used documents. New users will see thumbnails of templates in the main window too. (More free templates are available online.) Word 2013's Read Mode, which reformats text into columns and lets you to flip through pages with a simple click or swipe of the screen, was clearly designed with tablets in mind.

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11/6/2012 | 2:59:29 PM
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It is. Please allow me to print out the entire PP deck and take to the desk, or read on the run.
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7/19/2012 | 6:16:18 PM
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My attention span is woefully to short to be able to handle Slide Shows. Please help the handicapped.
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7/19/2012 | 5:59:43 PM
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Does OneNote 2013 allow digital signatures
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