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Office 2013 But Oh, So Bland!

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George Garza  has written a good insight into the new Office 2013 (See: “A Quick View of Office 2013“). It is easy to download and it installs effortlessly, provided of course you have a Microsoft Hotmail account or a Live Mail account.

I am using Word 2013 from the Microsoft’s Office 2013 package to write this blog. It is a very acceptable application much like its predecessor Word 2010.

One aspect of it that does not grab me is its “blandness“. The toolbars and icons are pretty well colourless and with a white background (can this be changed?), it looks so undistinguished. I’ve checked out the other apps in Office 2013 and find they have the same bland look.

Downloading and installing Office 2013 requires you to use a registered Hotmail or Live Mail account.

To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, Office 2013 but Oh, So Bland!- Windows7News.com

 

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