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Running head: Top Five Features of Office 20131 The Top Five Features of Office 2013 Mark A. Poulsen Wilmington University
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Top Five Features of Office 2013 2 The Top Five Features of Office 2013 Microsoft Office 2013 offers many new features to enhance the experience for novice and veteran users alike. When Office 2013 was released, many dismissed it as a minor update to the Office franchise. For the most part, the desktop version is similar to Office 2010 with some new features, both good and bad. However, Office 2013 really does have some great new features. This article reports five of the top features that I personally think are important to the users of Office 2013 based on the information from the sources I have received. The first, and most important thing you will notice upon opening any Office program is the minimalistic “Modern” style interface. This updated Interface removes the frivolous colorations that used to decorate the window. In her online article, Bradley (2012) states that the idea in
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