Microsoft Office 2013 Offers Virtual Hosting Customers the Right Features

The new Microsoft Publisher 2013productivity suite, released in June, includes a broad selection of new and upgraded features. The updated version that was primarily targeted at the business market includes, new ways to come up with, enhance, and co-author documents in PowerPoint, Word, Excel, and OneNote, be in touch with contacts and make a follow up of events in Outlook, and deliver presentations using the Web. Also, some advancements to the environment, such as the new Backstage View and additional file format support, round out the suites new Properties.

1.     Be a Social Media Savvy with Outlook and the Social Connector

Included in the new version of Outlook is Integration with social networks, including LinkedIn and SharePoint, with Face book coming soon. The Outlook Social Connector brings in a social network data into your contact list, displaying the online activity of friends and business associates. Therefore, if meeting attendees have recently blogged on a subject or posted a link that is important to users on Face book or SharePoint, then, users will be able to access that information right away. Hence, with advanced e-mail management calendar features, planning is made easier than ever.

2.     Create and Collaborate with Word 2013

 

Word gives an array of improved editing and picture tools, including picture correction, background removal, picture layout options, and artistic effects. In addition, Microsoft Publisher 2016supports concurrent editing by multiple users for.docx files located on SharePoint Server 2013 or a cobalt-enabled server. Collaborated features include, automatic highlighting of new material, color-coded author bar with initials, version support, and near real-time synchronization speeds.

3.     PowerPoint Broadcast Slideshow, Co-authoring, Brings New Portability

A new feature that is interesting to PowerPoint is its remote slideshow capability. This is because it enables users to present a slideshow over the Web or a network connection to virtual and live attendees simultaneously.

These broadcast slideshows allow the users to present sales material directly to a potential client, or give an educational seminar to employees located remotely.

4.     Users of Excel Power Get Macro, HPC and Business Intelligence Support

 

The following are the new excel features: cell-sized, information-dense graphics used to increase reader understanding by showing trends in a series of values. Slicers: visual controls that enable users to quickly and easily filter data interactively, being over the grid, and acting as a filter of the report, hooking to PivotTables, Pivot Charts, or CUBE functions. Also, excel offers additional macro support. This comprises recording support for chart elements and the ability to finish the migration of Excel macros to VBA, whereas retaining the ability to create, edit, and execute Excel 4 macros.

One note provides improved access to your information

OneNote, Microsoft Office’s notebook application, enables users to create notebook files at work, home, or on the road. Changes on the OneNote include; the ability to come up with Outlook tasks, add links to come up with wiki-style notebooks, support for math equations, translation support, the ability to dock the application, and an advanced search.

5.     Web Apps Extend functionally to consumers.

 

The companions to Word online, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote ensure that users are able to lightweight edit Office documents when away from the desktop. Web apps ensure the preservation of the look and feel of Office documents, but provide limited functionality. Hence, an appropriate device and supported browser are required. Some functions may even require Microsoft Publisher 2016

 

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