Office 365 Home Premium includes all essential Office 2013 applications
Office 365 Home Premium includes all essential Office 2013 applications, making it more complete, and often better value, compared to purchasing the low-end Office suite bundles. After all, Home Premium costs $99.99 a year and can be deployed on up to five machines.
A new Excel feature recommends the best type of chart based on data in your spreadsheet.
Hitting the right note
OneNote, a favorite business idea-gathering application, lets you embed Excel files and has improved inking to note and draw – whether you use a finger, stylus or mouse.
Access, as with the other Office applications, offers an online library – where you can pick from prebuilt database layouts.
The Office Store stocks a number of useful plugins that you can easily insert into many Office applications.
Office.com forms the hub of the Office 365 Home Premium experience, letting you manage your documents and applications.
Apps for Office work seamlessly within Office applications.
There’s a growing catalog of Apps for Office, many useful – and free.
If you’re working on a PC that doesn’t have Office installed, you can stream any Office application on demand – without consuming one of your five licenses.
PowerPoint’s Presenter mode lets you preview upcoming slides and view notes while your audience sees the full presentation – helping you give more professional talks.
SkyDrive provides easy access to all your documents stored online, from multiple devices – desktop, laptop, tablet and phone.
SkyDrive makes it easy to preview photos and documents, and then share with others.
Although there are not yet native Office applications for iOS devices, you can access and edit your files using the browser-based Web Apps on an iPad or iPhone.
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