Office 2013: the real startup guide
Our famous guide to Office, saving money, install and new features. Now for Office 2013.
Many of you figured it was coming and now it’s here … Office 2013: the real startup guide is available now.
“Things you need to know that Microsoft won’t tell you: saving money, installing, configuring and using Office 2013”
Only $9.95 –get it now
We’ll give you information that Microsoft doesn’t provide ‘up front’ so that you can make a properly informed purchase, installation and configuration of Office 2013.
Buying – the big change in Office 2013 is the way it’s sold. You can still buy Office 2013 ‘off the shelf’ but it costs more and you get a lot less than in the past.
Install – there are things that you should do to make your Office install more stable and efficient.
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A detailed and independent look at Windows 10, especially written for the many people who use Microsoft Office.
Fully up-to-date with coverage of the Anniversary 2016 major update of Windows 10.
64-bit– Office 2013 has special considerations, which we look at in detail.
Configure – Microsoft chooses the original settings based on what they think people want and, occasionally, some marketing agenda.This book suggests easy changes to make.
New and changed – an in-depth look at some of the new and changed Office 2013 features.
Word – you can now edit PDF files, insert online video and design tables more easily.Reading mode and Reviewing have improvements
Outlook has an easier way to reply to messages with inline messaging. Quick Peeklets you quickly view contacts and appointments without totally switching windows. At least, you canre-order folders!
Excel – Flash Fill and Quick Analysis plus much easier ways to choose Charts and PivotTables. Also welcome additions like proper multiple windows and animations.Naturally there’s new functions including a way to grab XML data without code.
PowerPoint now has widescreen slides. Smart Guides are really clever helpers for positioning objects. Merge shapes to create your own.Color matching lets you get your colors exactly right.Video/audio formats have changed and there’s better Comments .
Office 2013: the real startup guide applies to all versions of Office 2013 including:
- Office 365 Home Premium
- Office 365 University
- Home and Student edition
- Home and Business edition
- Professional edition
Around 240 pages, full color, fully updated, with discounts for Office-Watch.com subscribers.
We’re offering a substantial discount to Office Watch subscribers, just $9.95 – a $7.00 saving click here.
As usual, there are options in Canadian dollars, UK Sterling, Euro and Aussie dollars click here.
- Simple and useful PivotTables
- Discounts on Office 2013 purchase
- Why some PDF’s won’t work in Word 2013
- UK Government to drop Microsoft Office?
- Office 365 licence changes
- Office 2013 book updates
- Technet’s demise
- Windows Tablets bundled with MS Office
- Office 365 and Office 2013 – what’s the difference?
- Future Subscription Possibilities
- Subscription price trap
- Office 2013 install woes
- Office 2013 Aussie price comparison
- Are you sure about non-transferable?
- Office 2013 – watching the sales pitch
- Office 2013 on sale
- Outlook 2013 mysteries
- Keep Calm with Microsoft Office
- Office 2013 prices double and beyond
- Office 2013 Software License Agreement
- Office 2013 pricing summary
- Windows 8 for Microsoft Office users
- Excel 2013 Flash Fill
- PDF editing in Word 2013