Office Home Business 2013
The Microsoft Office Home & Business 2013 edition for Windows T5D-01575 is a retail version of the Microsoft Office software suite. Microsoft Office 2013 Home & Business 2013 edition for Windows T5D-01575 replaces the same edition of the previous Microsoft Office 2010 version. It comes with a single software license for use on a computer installed with Microsoft Windows 7 and Windows 8 and the 64-bit version of Microsoft Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2012. Thus, as stated in the Terms and Conditions, it can be installed on only one Windows computer. Purchase of another license is required to install the software on another computer. This software type includes physical media (DVD) and product key. The product is not the medialess type. This Microsoft Office 2013 version includes the main software applications Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft OneNote, plus Microsoft Outlook. Among retail versions of Microsoft Office 2013, it is a step higher than Office Home & Student edition, which does not include Microsoft Outlook software. It is a step lower than Office Standard edition, which also includes Microsoft Publisher software. One of the primary differences between Microsoft Office 2013 and earlier versions of the Office suite is the latter’s close ties to the cloud. A domain login, Office 365 account, or Microsoft account may be used to sync documents and application settings between devices. Users also save documents directly to their OneDrive account. There is also a wider variety of supported file formats. This includes ISO/IEC 29500, or the International Standard version of the Office Open XML format. Open Document Format and PDF are also supported. Office 2013 allows full read-write-edit of PDF documents. New features include Word’s new reading mode which displays a document in book-style format for easy reviewing, Microsoft PowerPoint’s presentation mode, and improved touch capabilities. This makes the Office suite suitable for use in tablets. Video and audio from online sources are now inserted in Word documents and Word documents can also be broadcast online. Bookmarking features are better than those found in previous versions as well. The position of the document is synchronized between different computers on both Word and PowerPoint. Office Web Apps is also included as in the older 2010 version. It does have better editing features and more user-friendly interfaces. Other features include a better-looking Ribbon interface and subtler animations when typing or selecting in Word and Excel, a new and improved task scheduler in Outlook, a new Start screen, more graphical options in Word, and better image support. Picture support for content from online sources such as Office.com and Bing, the ability to return to the last viewed or edited location in Word and PowerPoint, new slide designs, animations, and transitions in PowerPoint, Outlook.com and Hotmail.com support in Outlook are also part of the package. Integration capabilities with Skype, Yammer, and SkyDrive, IMAP special folders support in Outlook, and new limit models in Excel are included as well. The license agreement for this Microsoft Office 2013 version originally disallowed transferring the license from one computer to another. Microsoft later released a modified license agreement that allowed the transfer after 90 days with a shorter duration allowed in cases of hardware failure.