Microsoft Word 2013
is an edition of the company's well-known and widely used word processor. This version includes several features that weren't present in previous versions, like reading mode, which allows you to arrange text in columns and reduce the number of menus for easier on-screen reading. This new version also adds a zoom feature that allows you enlarge content in tables, charts, and images. Once you have read the details, press or click the appropriate button to reduce their size, and continue reading. If you have internet connectivity on your device, you can also choose to pause your reading and pick back up where you left off at any time and on any device: Word automatically bookmarks your last position.
Word 2013 also simplifies group work more than ever before. You can add and reply to comments next to highlighted text, making the flow of projects easy to follow. You can also share your files with your group with just the click of a button using SkyDrive or SharePoint, customizing the share link for its recipient with varied authorization possibilities.
Word 2013 lets you edit your documents like a professional. Not only can you easily convert your documents into PDF, but you can edit existing PDF files as if you had created them in Word. The software also gives you layout and alignment suggestions, allowing you to create more attractive documents and presentation using different types of media, such as online videos and images. If you wish to have a more straightforward experience, you can choose to start working from a template.
This is a one-month free trial, after which you will need to pay to continue benefitting from its features.
For Internet connection, fees may be requested. A touch device is required to use the multi-touch features, although you can still access all functions with a keyboard, mouse, or other standard input device. This product's features and graphics may vary depending on the configuration of your system. Some features may require additional or advanced hardware or a connection to a server or Microsoft account.
Latest update on March 25, 2018 at 12:35 PM.