Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Features
The Programs You Need to Show You’re the Professional Others Need
To get that kind of high-powered capability out of your business, you need the right set of programs that will all work closely together to provide you comprehensive features.
That’s exactly what comes with the programs in Microsoft Office 2013 Professional, which include all of the following:
Microsoft Word 2013: Perhaps Microsoft’s most famous program, Word continues to dazzle in this edition. It comes with all the document types and text capabilities users already know, plus a new Read Mode, the ability to return to exactly where you left off on your page, and new zoom and editing capabilities with images. Users can also now embed video into documents.
Microsoft Excel 2013: No program has done more to help business stay organized and get more out of their data than Excel, and Excel 2013 comes with even more features in that respect. There’s the new Quick Analysis tool that changes data into a table or chart in just a few clicks. Flash Fill works the opposite direction, auto-filling in information with improved automation. There’s also new templates and much more here for businesses to discover.
Microsoft OneNote 2013: No business can stay on top of everything without access to a program that makes taking notes much easier. Notes just aren’t a pen and paper thing anymore. You need to be able to add more information to your pad than that. OneNote is there to help, with the ability to put together text, charts, audio, and much more. Now, you can also handwrite your notes or add your drawings as well.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2013: When you enter a meeting and have to give a presentation, the last thing you want is to go in and try to relay every important point without a visual aid. PowerPoint presentations are easy to create, enjoyable to watch, and capable of making every major point stick. Now, there are even more capabilities with this program. A new Presenter View allows users to see their notes on each slide while the audience only sees the slides. It’s now possible to zoom and there are new templates as well.
Microsoft Outlook 2013: The ultimate business manager program. Users manage communication, schedules, and contacts all in Outlook. In 2013, Outlook provides users the ability to sync email and social media accounts so all notifications come to one place. It’s also easier to reply to emails, search through emails, and delete spam.
Microsoft Publisher 2013: If anything screams “unprofessional” it’s releasing documents that look amateurish in design. Whether it’s calendars, business cards, brochures, newsletters, posters, or any other document, if it doesn’t look like it came from a professional, no text on the page will convince people otherwise. With Publisher, you can be sure that every release portrays your company in the best possible light, with all the advanced document design tools available.
Microsoft Access 2013: Access has traditionally been used for its database skills, but recent editions focus more and more on the ability to create individualized apps that handle your data the way you want it handled. In 2013, you can more easily create these apps to your exact specifications. You can also import data more easily from Excel, SharePoint, and elsewhere.
Why Businesses Keep Coming Back to Microsoft Office 2013 Professional
The programs aren’t the only thing that shine in Microsoft Office 2013 Professional. There are also cross-program features, like:
- New Touch Screen Abilities
- Real-Time Collaboration in Many Programs to Create Documents as a Team
- More Access to Documents and New Devices Through Microsoft OneDrive Cloud, Office Web Apps, and Office On Demand
That’s just a sample of the new capabilities that come with every new purchase of a Microsoft Office 2013 Professional suite.