Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Office Professional 2013
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1 week ago
Summary: Ms Office Pro, $400 and your purchasing a Product Code to download their definition of customer use .. MS office 365 ; what a joke , they're duping us into RENTING their product, for only 1 year, without even getting any Disc Software !! I'll use Wordperfect instead !! Better in some areas anyway & much cheaper, Plus you actually own the DVD full of software ! "What a Concept" , Hail to WordPerfect !!! ..
Summary: Haven't really tried anything but word, will use publisher to make a Classic Car Club Newsletter, disappointed the windows 8 didn't come with some form of word or works like my previous computers did and that this version of word wouldn't allow me to open works documents
Excerpt: After buying a reduced priced copy of MS Office Professional 2013 from another website I was hesitant to purchase a copy that was under the going rate of $399. I was thrilled when I installed this copy and it was in fact legitimate. I have used all of the MS Office Products at my jobs and felt it was necessary to add the 2013 Pro version to my newly built computer to become fully versed in all of the new features/changes for each application.
Excellent product and indeed great value for the money!
20 September 2014
Summary: Microsoft Office Professional 2013 is a master piece with excellent features that opens the whole new life of experience with your PC. Ms Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher and One Note each presents itself with experience of a lifetime!
Summary: The product key that was sent, does not work during the downloading. It's NOT recognized. Not including the trash that was downloaded to my pc. Hope you enjoy the $120.00 paid. Hope you get what you deserve.
Excerpt: It wasn't a big jump from the 2010 to 2013 version. How files are found/opened has changed some and mostly for the better. Ninety percent of my work is in Word, so I'll focus my comments on that part of the system. When the system starts, showing all the templates EVERY TIME is such a waste of screen real estate. Most of the time, we just want a blank document or one of the documents recently created. Why plaster templates across 70% of the screen?