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The Office 2013 menu is located on the top-left of the window that contains several options like the opening, saving, printing, and sharing a file etc. The Office 2013 Enterprise has very good features with awesome & stylish ribbon at the top of every application. Once it will be installed, you can see; most of the options are on the ribbon. No hassle to find options. Straight away, click and initiate the command to get it done. The following article/post and provided download is given for knowledge & education purpose only so, the users can download, install and understand the product and it’s used.
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MS 2013 Crack will make your statically and mathematical task easier and accurate. You can calculate all sorts of accounts and statistical calculations in its Microsoft Excel. The using of formulas to calculate math calculations is very easier and precise. You no longer need to use any calculator to calculate figures separately. Fresh and more distinct format style for documents and worksheets has been added in Office 2013. The brand new graphical and visual observation is a standout feature of the software as the Excel comes with a new formatting style for the cells if the worksheets. A new and useful set of layouts have also added in Office 2013 that includes project tracking tools and technical support tickets for the backing of the new users.
The new user interface (UI), officially known as Fluent User Interface, has been implemented in the core Microsoft Office applications: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and in the item inspector used to create or edit individual items in Outlook. These applications have been selected for the UI overhaul because they center around document authoring.The rest of the applications in the suite changed to the new UI in subsequent versions. The default font used in this edition is Calibri. Original prototypes of the new user interface were revealed at MIX 2008 in Las Vegas.
The Office 2013 button, located on the top-left of the window, replaces the File menu and provides access to functionality common across all Office applications, including opening, saving, printing, and sharing a file. It can also close the application. Users can also choose color schemes for the interface. A notable accessibility improvement is that the Office button follows
Main article: Ribbon (computing)
The ribbon, a panel that houses a fixed arrangement of command buttons and icons, organizes commands as a set of tabs, each grouping relevant commands. a ribbon is not user customizable in Office 2013. Each application has a different set of tabs that exposes functions that the application offers. For example, while Excel has a tab for the graphing capabilities, Word does not; instead, it has tabs to control the formatting of a text document. Within each tab, various related options may be grouped together. The ribbon is designed to make the features of the application more discoverable and accessible with fewer mouse clicks as compared to the menu-based UI used prior to Office 2013.
Moving the mouse scroll wheel while on any of the tabs on the ribbon cycles—through the tabs. The ribbon can be minimized by double clicking the active section’s title, such as the Home text in the picture belowOffice 2013 does not natively support removing, modifying or replacing ribbon. Third party add-ins, however, can bring menus and toolbars back to Office 2013 or customize the ribbon commands. Add-ins that restore menus and toolbars include Classic Menu for Office, ToolbarToggle, and Ubitmenu. Others like RibbonCustomizer enable the customization of ribbons. Office 2010 does allow user customization of the ribbon out of the box.The in Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 running on Windows Vista
Some tabs, called Contextual Tabs, appear only when certain objects are selected. Contextual Tabs expose functionality specific only to the object with focus. For example, selecting a picture brings up the Pictures tab, which presents options for dealing with the picture. Similarly, focusing on a table exposes table-related options in a specific tab. Contextual Tabs remain hidden except when an applicable object is selected.
Microsoft Office 2013 also introduces a feature called Live Preview, which temporarily applies to format on the focused text or object when any formatting button is moused-over. The temporary formatting is removed when the mouse pointer is moved from the button. This allows users to have a preview of how the option would affect the appearance of the object, without actually applying it.
The new Mini Toolbar is a small toolbar with basic formatting commands that appear within the document editing area, much like a context menu. When the mouse selects part of the text, Mini Toolbar appears close to the selected text. It remains semi-transparent until the mouse pointer is hovered on it, to avoid obstructing what is underneath. Mini Toolbar can also be made to appear by right-clicking in the editing area or via ≣ Menu key on the keyboard, in which case it appears near the cursor, above or below the traditional context menu. Mini Toolbar is not customizable in Office 2013, but can be turned off.
Quick Access Toolbar
The Quick Access toolbar (by default) sits in the title bar and serves as a repository of most used functions, such as save, undo/redo and print. It is customizable, although this feature is limited, compared to toolbars in previous Office versions.
Any command available in the entire Office application can be added to the Quick Access toolbar, including commands not available on the ribbon as well as macros. Keyboard shortcuts for any of the commands on the toolbar are also fully customizable, similar to previous Office versions.
Each SmartArt graphic, based on its design, maps the text outline, automatically resized for best fit, onto the graphic. There are a number of “quick styles” for each graphic that applies largely different 3D effects to the graphic, and the graphic’s shapes and text can be formatted through shape styles and WordArt styles. In addition, SmartArt graphics change their colors, fonts, and effects to match the document’s theme.
Office Open XML
Main article: OfficeOpen XML
Microsoft Office 2013 introduced a new file format, called Office Open XML, as the default file format. Such files are saved using an extra X letter in their extension (.docx/xlsx/pptx/etc.). However, it can still save documents in the old format, which is compatible with previous versions. Alternatively, Microsoft has made available a free add-on known as the Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack that lets Office 2000, XP, and 2003 open, edit, and save documents created under the newer 2013 format
Office Open XML is based on and uses the ZIP file container.
Files containing macros are saved with an extra M letter in their extension instead (.docm/xlsm/pptm/etc.).
Initially, Microsoft promised to support exporting to Portable Document Format (PDF) in Office 2013. However, due to legal objections from Adobe Systems, Office 2013 originally did not offer PDF support out of the box, but rather as a separate free download] However, starting with Service Pack 2, Office allows users to natively export PDF files.
Office 2013 documents can also be exported as documents. This is part of Service Pack 2 and prior to that, was available as a free plug-in in a separate download
Main article: OpenDocument software
Microsoft backs an open-source effort to support OpenDocument in Office 2013, as well as earlier versions (up to Office 2000), through a converter add-in for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and also a command-line utility. As of 2008, the project supports conversion between ODF and Office Open XML file formats for all three application according to this support falls short and substantial improvements are still needed for interoperability in real-world situations.
Office 2013 Service Pack 2 adds native support for the OpenDocument Format. The ODF Alliance has released test results on ODF support of Office 2013 SPconcluding that Office ODF support, both SP2 and other add-ons, have “serious shortcomings that, left unaddressed, would break the open standards based interoperability that the marketplace, especially governments, is demanding”. Particularly, SP2 has no support for encrypted ODF files and has limited interoperability with other ODF spreadsheet implementations.
The ISO/IEC 26300 OpenDocument standard specifies encryption of files, which is based on sha1, Blowfish, Microsoft Office 2013 SP2 does not support reading and writing encrypted (password protected) ODF files presented with a message: “cannot use password protection using the ODF format
- 1 GHz Processor or more.
- 256 MB of RAM or more.
- Screen Resolution at least 1024×768.
- 512 MB RAM advised or more for Perspective Instant Search;
- 1 GHz CPU recommended or more for Business Contact Manager.
- Supported operating system: – Requires Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista or Windows 7. Office the year of 2013 is the last version of The Microsoft Office to support Windows XP
How to Crack?
- If installing from a CD, insert the Office 2013 in the drive
- Enter product key when prompted
- Click ‘Continue’ on the on-screen prompt
- Click ‘close’ when prompted
- How to activate
- Click the Office button from Excel, PowerPoint, Access or Word programs
- Click ‘ Options’ and select Activate Microsoft Office