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In January 2013, Microsoft released the latest version of its Office software suite, Office 2013. It also released Office 365 Home, a subscription-based version of Office. If you're thinking of purchasing or upgrading to Office 2013, there are several factors to consider, including the cost and features of each version.
The Microsoft Office suite is an essential collection of applications that includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and much more. Office 2013, the latest version of the Office suite, includes some significant changes. Microsoft is now offering Office through a yearly subscription plan, and it has heavily integrated it with its Microsoft account and OneDrive (previously known as SkyDrive). Therefore, it's important to understand the different services and available purchasing options before you buy.
If you're considering purchasing or upgrading to Office 2013, you'll need to compare different pricing options to help choose the Office that's right for you. Review the infographic below to learn more about the cost and features of the different versions of Office 2013.
Microsoft offers discounts for the Office 2013 suite to college students and businesses. Check out Office 365 University and Office for Business to learn more.
Office 2013 does not include an update for the Mac OS X version of Office. Mac users can still purchase a single license of the existing version (Office for Mac 2011) or install Office for Mac 2011 on up to five computers with a subscription to Office 365.
On March 1, 2017, Best Buy Company, Inc., North America's largest retailer of consumer electronics and appliances, announced a third year of comparable-store sales increases and a 20.8% increase in domestic comparable online sales. These results were in marked contrast to four years of declining comparable-store sales from 2010 through 2013. The stock price rose 17% in March, and on April 20, 2017, it surpassed $50 for the first time since January 2008. When CEO Hubert Joly took over in September 2012, Best Buy was losing share to Amazon.com, which was encouraging consumers to view products at Best Buy and other physical stores and then buy them for a lower price online, a practice known as \"showrooming.\" Undaunted, Joly had encouraged the practice, convinced that it presented an opportunity to sell to customers as long as Best Buy's prices were competitive. Joly had committed the company to a multi-channel strategy in North America and exited struggling international operations. Operating margins had increased as a result, but growth was still proving elusive. In early 2017, Joly announced that his \"Renew Blue\" turnaround effort was complete and that he was now intent on creating the New Blue. Would the new strategy be enough to stop Amazon's advances
Copilot in Excel will help you analyze and explore your data so you can make the best decisions. Copilot will help identify trends, propose what-if scenarios, suggest ideas for improving your business, and will even build everything into an easy-to-read dashboard.
Excel($99 Per Year at Microsoft 365 for Business)(Opens in a new window) is the second-most widely used productivity app in the world, and it's second only to Microsoft Word($149.00 at Amazon)(Opens in a new window). If you use Excel every day, but you don't need Word or Outlook or PowerPoint or the rest of the enormous toolbox that makes up Office 2013, you don't need to buy the whole Office suite. A long-standing but little-known option makes it possible to buy Excel alone. Just visit Microsoft's Office store(Opens in a new window), scroll down until you find the tiny icons that let you but the Office apps separately, and click on the icon that lets you buy Excel 2013 for $109.99. Just don't ask why Microsoft chose that price, because Microsoft isn't saying. It's a strange price, but for all the power the app offers, it's an excellent deal.
Excel 2013 deserves a longer and deeper look than we had room for in our write-up of the full Office 2013 suite, partly because Microsoft seems to have packed more new features and conveniences into Excel 2013 than into any of the other apps in the suite. Some of these new features add functions that Excel never had before, but most of them make it effortless to use features that took a lot of time, trouble, and expertise to use in earlier versions.
What's Under the HoodSome of Excel's best new features aren't visible in Excel itself because they exist only on the Web. One especially nifty feature lets you add a view-in-Excel button to almost any table that you want to include on a webpage. This can be a webpage on your own site or a blog or anywhere else. All you need to do is to visit Microsoft's site(Opens in a new window), click a few buttons to get the two chunks of HTML code that you need, and then paste that code above and below a table in a web page.
Adding On and Wishing for MoreExcel 2013, like Word 2013 and Outlook 2013, supports plug-in modules that you can download from Microsoft's Office store. These are a mixed blessing. For example, Microsoft's answer to the real-time stock quotes available in Google Drive is a Bing Finance plug-in which works well with U.S.-traded securities but doesn't recognize many foreign firms and has limited options for creating a table of symbols and prices. When I inserted a table and then tried to remove one of its columns, Excel instantly crashed. After fifteen minutes, I clicked the Cancel on the message box that told me that Excel was trying to recover my data, and had to close Excel from the Windows Task Manager. This was one of the worst app crashes I've experienced in a long time. Knowing Microsoft, I'm sure they'll get this right eventually, but, meanwhile, if you want automatically-updated stock prices in a worksheet, you're better off with Google Docs, which makes this task almost effortless, or, for desktop apps, the Quattro Pro worksheet included in Corel's WordPerfect Office or (where it's a bit more harder to implement) the open-source LibreOffice suite.
The vast majority of users, however, will be happy with Excel, and Excel 2013 outclasses every other worksheet app in almost every way. It keeps getting more powerful, and it keeps getting easier to use, and you'll need strong reasons to use anything else.
Microsoft 365 is the best option for those who have to have all the Office apps and everything the service has to offer. You can share the account with up to six people. The subscription is also the only option that provides a continuity of updates at a low cost of ownership. However, it may not be for everyone since monthly or yearly fees are involved, and the features may not benefit everyone.
Microsoft 365 is the best option since you can install the apps on every supported device (Windows 11, 10, 8.1, and macOS). It is also the only option that provides continuous updates at a low cost of ownership. In contrast, Office 2021 only allows you to install the apps on one computer running Windows 11 or 10, and you have to pay again for future upgrades.
Other premium features include Microsoft Editor for grammar checking and AI creative tools. For example, \"PowerPoint Presenter Coach\" helps you practice presentations, and \"Designer\" enables you to create effective slide presentations. \"Resume Assistant\" is a great tool for writing the best resumes in Word with insights powered by Microsoft LinkedIn. You will also receive creative content like icons, fonts, stock photos, and premium templates that you can use in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Ultimately, the decision comes down to the apps and services you need to complete the work. If you plan to use Office for years to come, Microsoft 365 is hands-down your best option. The reason is that with the subscription, you will get full access to the apps and benefits at a low cost of ownership.
PivotTables are essentially summary tables that let you count, average, sum, and perform other calculations according to the reference points you enter. Excel 2013 added Recommended PivotTables, making it even easier to create a table that displays the data you need.
Excel 2013 added Recommended PivotCharts, which can be found under the Recommended Charts icon in the Charts area of the Insert tab. You can preview a chart by hovering your mouse over that option. You can also manually create a PivotChart by selecting the PivotChart icon on the Insert tab..
Why you should buy the Microsoft Surface Laptop 4The Microsoft Surface Laptop 4 has been around for some time now, but it still has a lot to offer almost anyone in the market for a new laptop. In many ways we even like the Surface Laptop 4 more than its successor, the Microsoft Surface Laptop 5. From a performance standpoint, the Surface Laptop 4 can compete with many of the best laptops on the market, and the Surface Laptop 4 15-inch and MacBook Pro 16-inch often duke it out amongst creatives when it comes to purchasing a new laptop. As built for this deal, the Surface Laptop 4 comes with a custom AMD Ryzen 5 processor and 8GB of RAM.
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