Microsoft is currently testing a Technical Preview version of Read more », its next-generation productivity suite. A small number of third-party partners, OEMs, and businesses have access to the code, but Microsoft is staying mum on the exact features of its next release. We previously took a closer look at Office 15 with detailed screenshots of its new inspired interface, showing off the clean and simple look for the future of Office. Today we are able to share details on a number of new and improved features in each of the core applications for Office 15, thanks to several people with access to the early Technical Preview code. From Touch and Reading Mode to a Weather Bar feature in Outlook 15, we have exclusive details on Microsoft’s plans — read on to find out more.
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Curious about? Microsoft has showed off what it will look like on .
Microsoft has offered a preview of what Read more »will look like. The software suite doesn’t have a launch date yet, but its release could come by the end of the year. The tile for 2012 doesn’t currently show anything but the Office icon, although it could show more in future builds.
PowerPoint Viewer 2010 lets you view full-featured presentations created in PowerPoint 97 and later versions with full fidelity. This viewer also supports opening password-protected Microsoft PowerPoint presentations. You can view and print presentations, but you cannot edit them in the PowerPoint Viewer.
The following section on Font Components amends the license terms for the PowerPoint Viewer and must accompany any permitted redistribution of the PowerPoint Viewer: Read more »
As we reported earlier, Microsoft Build 15.0.2703.1000 is leaked and looking at the User Interface in screenshot, it looks quite impressive.compilation already reached Milestone 2.
The new Microsoft Read more ».0.2703.1000 comes with dynamic application interface. According to the site Winreview.ru, who had access to the build 15.0.2703.1000, It no more supports Aero and uses UI which was used in Media Center and showcased a full version in the Zune products.