Microsoft Office for iPad Apps Product Guide Available For Download

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Microsoft's Office for iPad Apps was officially released by the Redmond-based software giant in the last week of March, 2014. Office for iPad App is the iPad optimized avatar of the Microsoft’s popular productivity suite, Office 365. Instead of a single app, Office for iPad Apps is basically a collection of apps. The collection includes Word for iPad app, Excel for iPad app, PowerPoint for iPad app, and OneNote for iPad app. Microsoft Office is one of the most popular productivity suite among the Windows PC and Apple OS X owners. Combine it with Microsoft Office 365 subscription and you can open up a whole new world. The popularity of the productivity suite says for itself when Office for iPad Apps collection climbed to the top of App Store. …
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Download Microsoft Office For iPad

Microsoft Office for iPad

The wait is finally over! Microsoft Office for iPad is finally here. Using Microsoft's touch version of the Office productivity suite on your iPad you can now do your work while you are on the move. Well, for editing Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files you need to have Office 365 subscription, viewing Office documents and playing slideshows are free. iPad Office apps directly competes with Apple's iWork office suite consisting of Pages, Numbers and Keynote. Windows users who are not familiar with iWork suite or OS X users who like to work using Microsoft Office for Mac will surely like the Office apps for iPad. Users will be able to create, edit and open documents, spreadsheets and slides created in the desktop versions of Microsoft Office using either Microsoft Word, Excel or PowerPoint, directly on their iPad. …
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Get Office 365 Free for Three Months and 20 GB of SkyDrive Storage

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Microsoft's new range of office suite, Office 2013 and Office 365 are already released. To promote the new Office 365 office suite, Microsoft has started a brand new campaign. The campaign specifically targets students who might want to give Office 365 University a try. Through this special promotion, Microsoft is offering Office 365 University three-month trial and an extra 20 GB of SkyDrive storage absolutely free of cost. …
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How to Disable Office 2013 Start Screen?

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Microsoft seems to love keeping start screens for its various products. Be it Windows 8, the latest operating system or Office 2013, the latest office productivity suite from them, the start screen becomes very annoying for most of the users after a few days of usage. Whenever you open any Office 2013 product, by default, you will see Office 2013 template selection screen. From this Office 2013 start screen, you can choose from the available online templates and continue your work. Microsoft thought its very convenient but if you just want to start working right after opening the product, it's actually very annoying. Normally, most users want to either directly open a blank document, spreadsheet or presentation instead of using a template. So, the first thing a user will want to do is disable Office 2013 start screen and get rid of the annoyance. …
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Download Microsoft Office 2013 Free 60-Day Trial Version

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Microsoft has already released Office 2013 final RTM version to TechNet and MSDN subscribers. Microsoft Office 2013 Consumer Preview was already available as free download. Microsoft has finally made available a 60 day trial of the full version of Office 2013 Professional free download. Now, even if you are not a TechNet or MSDN subscriber, you can download a fully functional copy of Office 2013 absolutely free from Microsoft. This 60 day trial version is a fully functional copy of Microsoft Office 2013. You can use all functions of the 60 day trial version of Office 2013 without any limitations or restrictions. …
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Microsoft Office 2013 RTM (Released To Manufacturers) Announced, Free Upgrade Offer For Office 2010 Customers

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Microsoft announced that Office team has signed off on Office 2013 RTM (Release to Manufacturing) build. Reaching RTM milestone means that Microsoft has completed its testing phase. According to Microsoft, general availability of Office 2013 is planned for the first quarter of 2013. If a consumer purchases Office 2010 from local retailers or re-sellers, starting October 19, they will receive the new Office for free upon release. In addition, a preview release of the new Office will be available on Windows RT devices after Windows 8 launches on October 26. …
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Patch Tuesday: Microsoft Security Bulletins For October 2012 Released

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For this month's (October 2012) Patch Tuesday, Microsoft has released a total of seven patches to fix one critical and six important issues found in Windows, Office and some of its other products. If you have set Windows to automatically receive updates, Windows Update must have automatically installed the recommended updates. "MS12-064 (Microsoft Word): This security update resolves two issues in Microsoft Office. This bulletin has a severity rating of Critical and can result in remote code execution. Only one of the two issues addressed by this bulletin is rated Critical, but in that case, an attacker could run code in the context of the logged-on user if they were to open a specially crafted Rich Text Format (RTF) file or previews or open a specially crafted RTF email message," a Microsoft statement reads. …
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Download Microsoft Office 2013 (Office 15) Customer Preview

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Microsoft has released the Customer Preview of its next version of Office productivity suite, Office 2013 (codenamed Office 15). Microsoft has not yet officially named Office 2013, but semi-officially, it's called The New Microsoft Office. With Office 2013, Microsoft is also pushing hard Office 365, an alternative way of getting the latest version of its productivity suite via subscription and not the traditional up-front payment model, used to get the desktop Office suite. The Customer Preview milestone (public beta) of Office 2013 is now available for end users to download and test on Windows 7 and Windows 8 desktop PCs, notebooks, and tablets. According to Microsoft, Office 2013 is the "modern" version of their popular productivity suite which is used on billions of PCs worldwide. …
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Windows Vista Mainstream Support Ends, Two Years Left Of Windows XP, Office 2003 Support

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Microsoft on April 10, 2012 ends Mainstream support for Windows Vista as well as Office 2007. Extended support for both Windows XP and Office 2003 ends in two years on April 8, 2014. According to Microsoft Support Lifecycle policy, Microsoft will offer a minimum of 10 year support for Business, Developer and Desktop Operating System products. The Redmond software giant further divides this 10 years of support in two stages: "Mainstream Support" and "Extended Support." …
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Download Microsoft Office 2010 Starter Edition

Microsoft Office 2010 Starter edition

Microsoft Office 2010 Starter edition is a scaled down freeware version of the full-fledged Microsoft Office 2010. Other than the free Started edition, the productive suite is available as Home and Student, Home and Business, Standard, Professional, Professional Academic, Professional Plus editions. All these retail versions are easily available for purchase but not the Starter edition. Microsoft Office 2010 Starter is available exclusively with OEM-supplied computer. The Started edition of Office consists of limited-functionality versions of Word and Excel and includes advertising. It does not include PowerPoint or Outlook. It allows users to upgrade easily to a complete Office 2010 productivity suite when they are ready. …
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