If you spend as much time on the computer as most of us, you are bound to encounter varieties of document types throughout the day. Opening and closing different software applications to make edits or comments is tedious and time-consuming. The new release of Microsoft Office 2013 has added more choices for office document interoperability which will make your day much more productive.
The new release of Microsoft’s productivity suite will make it easier to share and collaborate on more document formats:
- Strict Open XML and Open Document Format (ODF) 1.2 allowing users to interact with other platforms and various open source productivity suites.
- Also added is the ability to open PDF documents, edit them within Microsoft Word, and then save them to any supported format.
Working with various types of documents throughout the day used to be a time-consuming hassle. With the next release of Office, it will be much easier to open, edit, and save a variety of important documents, and share them with much more flexibility. For more details refer to New file format options in the new Office from the Microsoft Office Blog where you will find more information about the key new features offered in Microsoft Office 2013.