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Not sure if you should upgrade to Office 365 or Office 2013?
This article compares the differences between Office 365 and Office 2013 and asks which version is worth choosing.
Apr 16 2014, 12:24PM
Microsoft Office 2013 will be getting its first big update
If you're considering switching to Microsoft Office 2013, you might be interested to know that the software will be getting its first big update when Service Pack 1 arrives "early next year".
Nov 26 2013, 7:06PM
Microsoft Office 365 now available on Android
As with the iPhone app, Android users will need an Office 365 subscription.
Aug 2 2013, 6:39AM
Known bugs in Office 2013
There are a few known bugs in Office 2013 that may trip you up. Here are a couple.
Mar 19 2013, 12:06PM
Good news from Microsoft: Office 2013 licences can be transferred after all
If you buy a new computer, it appears you won't have to pay for Microsoft Office all over again.
Mar 7 2013, 11:47AM
Microsoft clarification: Office 2013 is available on DVD, if stores choose to stock it
Microsoft has told us that buying Office 2013 on DVD is possible in Australia, if a retail shop chooses to sell it on DVD.
Mar 7 2013, 10:25AM
Microsoft confirms Office 2013 is not being sold on disc in Australia
It's easy to see how some people might get confused if they pick up the box and give it a shake, but there's no disc in there.
Feb 28 2013, 4:56PM
Remember, Microsoft Office 2013 doesn't come a CD or DVD
If you're planning on buying the new Microsoft Office in a shop, be aware that it probably won't come on a CD or DVD
Feb 28 2013, 4:16PM
Two key things missing from Office on Windows RT tablets
Buying a Windows RT tablet? Be aware of the lack of macro support and certain file synchronisation features, writes Jon Honeyball
Feb 21 2013, 11:02AM
What's all this about Office 2013 "dying"?
If you buy Office 2013, there's the possibility you won't be able to re-install the same copy if you switch to a new computer in the future.
Feb 18 2013, 8:43PM
Reviewed: Microsoft Office 2013, should you upgrade?
Microsoft Office 2013 is better value than ever for small and medium businesses with more than one computer. As this review explains, it isn’t for everyone, though.
Feb 12 2013, 10:21AM
The new Office 365 for business: Confused?
Confused? Read this article for a quick summary of which versions are and aren't on sale yet.
Jan 30 2013, 2:17PM
Office 2013 on sale: here's how much you'll pay
Microsoft has started taking orders for four different versions of Office 2013 on the Australian web store. Here's how much it costs.
Jan 29 2013, 1:16PM
Tech 101: Can I edit PDF files in Microsoft Word?
Office 2013 also includes the ability to “open” PDF files in Word. But here's a tip: If you’re going to need to edit a document again, save it in an editable format such as DOCX.
Jan 10 2013, 2:32PM
Tech 101: Compatibility Mode in Office explained
Not sure which file format - docx, or 97-2003 format - to save your documents in when using Microsoft Office? Here are some basic tips.
Dec 17 2012, 2:33PM
How long can I keep using Windows 7?
So if you want to carry on using Windows 7 instead of Windows 8, your OS will be supported for the rest of this decade.
Nov 19 2012, 4:39PM
Download the free trial of Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013
Get the free trial of Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013, which is available for download now.
Nov 19 2012, 12:07PM
You're good to go! Office 2013's chatty new personality
Opinion: Simon Jones doesn’t think many users will appreciate being talked down to by a glorified typewriter with delusions of grandeur.
Oct 25 2012, 10:55PM
OneNote 2013: Still excellent for note-taking?
Need a good list-taking program? We look at whether Microsoft's new OneNote 2013 is worth getting.
Oct 22 2012, 4:08PM
Get Office 2013 for free if you buy Office 2010
Even if you are happy with Office 2010 it might be worth grabbing this upgrade as the offer is only valid for a limited period.
Oct 22 2012, 2:00PM
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