The wraps are coming off the new version of Microsoft Office, with the expected release date signified by its name, Office 2013.
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The roll-out has reached the stage where general users are being invited to try out the new tools in a Customer Preview available via a subscription to Microsoft’s online Office 365 service. The trial is free for 30 days, but then kicks in with a fee of £4 a month for each user.
Microsoft’s suggested pricing for business will be based on annual subsriptions for using Office 2013 on up to five devices. If you are suspicious about the sub...
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