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It does seem that was built with a touchscreen in mind, hence the larger buttons and menus. I’m sticking with In my experience, is much more compatible I had issues editing certian documents in but no issues in and offers features that omitted.

Upgrading the ones if they are getting reimaged or patched, but not actively seeking them to upgrade, if that makes sense. Running here, as a Microsoft Partner we get the software for free and aside from initially getting used to the user interface I really like it, it seems faster and more responsive than , but if I had to pay for it, I wouldn’t it isn’t a big enough change in my opinion to justify the cost to upgrade.

To the poster who was commenting on stability, I have not experienced any stability issues in or , I would like to know what kind of stability issues are your experiencing? Haven’t noticed a huge difference between and besides trying to default save to Skydrive. Our current guideline is if we buy new we get the newest version but we haven’t upgraded anything that is running or My favorite thing: all the subtle little animations.

Starting a new paragraph, moving to a new cell in Excel Some of the new features are nice. Love the new Powerpoint presentation mode with dual screens and Lync is much nicer that Like it or not, if you use it to make a living sometimes you have to move on and stay with the times. Seriously, I get the Outlook icon and Word icon confused all the time now.

It takes me a second to figure out whether I’m about to click the one I want. Why would they do that?? Outside of the color scheme, which is horrid, I haven’t seen anything stand out between and But I have come to like Office All office , except volume license uses click-to-run technology which will consume bandwidth whenever it wants.

Nope, you can’t do that with office updates. You have to “stream” retail office version, but you can’t mapped a offline ISO and install it from there. Love , it is much faster, caches better Choices of Grey, Light Grey and White color schemes are the only options. We run both here, with just a couple of Office users scattered around. I am still using and have not upgraded yet. But use on a couple of secondary systems and like it. Don’t get many complaints from users on it either even ones I have upgraded from but that just might be cause my users are awesome and don’t complain about much knocks on wood furiously to prevent future apocalypse.

We upgraded from Office to Office here last year. I have one user that refuses to upgrade from Outlook , everyone else has upgraded. There are lots of things we like about Outlook , but since we took 10 years to upgrade, we aren’t sure when most of the features we like were added. I had to change the theme in , the default white one is a bit garish, but other than that, I really like. The little subtle animations are probably my favorite feature.

Some of the default settings are annoying but I understand that Microsoft is setting those things for home use where OneDrive integration would be useful. The colors are by far my biggest complaint. I fixed the jarring white one by setting the default colors through a GPO to light grey which makes it look similar to Office Just like Doug88, I hate that Microsoft switched Outlook to blue.

Now the two most used programs for people are close to the same color and for no good reason. Word’s PDF editing ability! This may not matter to most of you but my users are absolutely addicted to PDFs and having this built in can save me lots of money. The other big reason that I am upgrading is the full version of Lync only available in Pro Plus has some nice group video upgrades that can get us away from other products.

There are also a number of other small but nice improvements such as the ability to sort tables in OneNote. If you have software assurance and can upgrade for free then I think it is worth it. For the most part it acts very much like Office so you shouldn’t need user training. Just make sure you test out any macros or plugins and also use a GPO to tweak the install.

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Sorry this didn’t help. A few months ago I did a detailed Comparison of Excel v. Excel I noticed hundreds of differences between the two versions. I would expect the differences between Excel v. Excel to be over differences. Some of the differences are very subtle, such as the change of an icon, or the change to “help desk displayed upon hover over an icon”. I think it is a good idea to have the version of Excel be the same as the class. As far as both versions on the same computer, Microsoft generally supports dual installs of MS Excel versions.

For example, I have seen many computers that have both Excel and on them, and this works for the most part the main exception being the need to configure between using Office or However, I think it is better to have only one version of Office on a computer, it at all possible for example, all Office or all Office One possible issue with trying to put Excel and on the same computer, might be due to 32 bit vs.

I don’t think it is possible to install both bit Office and bit Office onto the same computer that is what I remember about this – perhaps someone might post on this with a link to verify this – this was my conclusion due to my personal experience, with very limited testing. I suppose you could try your dual installation of Office and , and see if it works might be best to set a restore point before doing so, in case you need to back out the installation.

One other idea, you might find it cheaper, and less trouble, to just keep your Office software, and find a class on Office There is lots of free training on Office available via the internet. However, most of that would not really be a “class” but more of a self-study training. This tip describes the specific steps and choices during the custom install.

After you have the multiple versions installed you still have some additional steps to do. They are described in this tip:. Only one app can be used to open the files by double clicking in Windows Explorer. You have to pick which one. In Method 1, this tip has a Fix it, , that applies the required Registry fix. I would add a screen capture, but the site has decided to not let me upload images Screen-prints were not working for me on either.

But today, screen-prints are working for me. I can insert pictures again, from IE. Unfortunately I cannot view the site in my “real” browser, FireFox. If you work with large documents, you will be very happy with the new sections feature. To the left of each of your headings, you will now see a small triangle. Click on that triangle to be able to collapse or expand it.

See Figure 5. It is easiest if you use the Styles like Heading 1, Heading 2, etc. Remember that you can always start with a basic style like Heading 1 and customize and even rename it. There are even more new features than this in Word , but these are some of the ones that will most likely affect your business use of the application. For me, upgrading to Word has definitely been a benefited my daily work! Cloud Drive If you are using an Exchange server, then I would definitely say that you want to upgrade.

Figure 1 Touch Screen Another nice perk is the touch screen compatibility in the version. Figure 2 To the right side of any inserted picture or video, you will have a layout options button.

Figure 3 Figure 4 Alignment Guides As you are working with the images and moving them around in the new Word , you will notice green lines that appear from time to time.

 
 

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