Leaked Microsoft Presentation Details Next Office for Mac [Images]

Leaked Microsoft Presentation Details Next Office for Mac [Images]

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A Microsoft presentation detailing new features in the next Office of Mac release has been leaked online by cnBeta. The site just leaked details of Outlook for Mac 16 yesterday.

According to the screenshots, Microsoft is targeting a release date in early 2015. They are investing in four key new areas: Modernization, Services & Cloud connected, Enterprise ready Outlook, and OneNote comes to Mac.

Modernization:
Re-designed user experience optimized for the modern Apple platform with full support for retina display. Aligned with the look and feel of Office on Windows. Support for new Office 2013 features and capabilities.

Service and Cloud connected:
New Office identity. Seamless integration with Office 365, SkyDrive and SharePoint. Easy access to your most recently used documents. Features for easy collaboration.

Enterprise ready Outlook:
Improved reliability and performance. Online Archive. New features including Propose New Time, weather forecast in Calendar, push mail support and category sync.

OneNote comes to Mac:
High fidelity page viewing and full support of page editing and formatting. Share your notes with others, easily track changes and who made which specific change in shared content. Sync notes sync across PC, phone and tablet.

There will also be some changes to Excel, PowerPoint, and Word.

Excel:
Analyze and visualize your data in new and intuitive ways:
● The modernized user interface organizes tools and formatting like in Office for Windows.
● The Quick Access Toolbar makes accessing vital tasks fast and easy. Also available in all other apps in the suite.
● Support for Excel 2013 functions for easier file sharing between platforms.

PowerPoint:
Create, collaborate and effectively share your ideas:
● Threaded Comments let you easily see and reply to comments in your presentation.
● Ribbon brings the familiarity of Office for Windows to your Mac.
● The Presenter View helps you focus on your audience and not on your slides when presenting with a second screen.

Word:
Enjoy a state-of-the-art reading, writing and editing:
● New and improved features focus on reading, sharing, and polishing your documents.
● Expand and Collapse gives you a one-click option to hide or reveal paragraphs under their headings.
● Reply Comments helps you easily track comments right next to relevant text. See who replied to whom and when so you can have helpful conversations where they matter.

Take a look at the screenshots below and please follow iClarified on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or RSS for updates.

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Leaked Microsoft Presentation Details Next Office for Mac [Images]

Leaked Microsoft Presentation Details Next Office for Mac [Images]

Leaked Microsoft Presentation Details Next Office for Mac [Images]

Leaked Microsoft Presentation Details Next Office for Mac [Images]

Leaked Microsoft Presentation Details Next Office for Mac [Images]

Leaked Microsoft Presentation Details Next Office for Mac [Images]

Leaked Microsoft Presentation Details Next Office for Mac [Images]

Leaked Microsoft Presentation Details Next Office for Mac [Images]

Leaked Microsoft Presentation Details Next Office for Mac [Images]

Leaked Microsoft Presentation Details Next Office for Mac [Images]
Ottifant - October 29, 2014 at 4:12am
Too late! My company has moved to google docs gdrive and gmail. This browser based babyware is so so so terrible for professional use, but they have done it and won't go back anytime soon. There goes your 70k users business MS! :-(
Maria - November 2, 2014 at 4:24pm
LIER. Lol
Powerpoint fan - October 28, 2014 at 9:31pm
I'm a Physics teacher in the netherlands. Powerpoint is awesome for my lessons but the mac version is so small. If i create something in 2013 almost nothing is the same in 2010. While my iPhone with office does everything great! The new office should be available asap because 2010 is outdated! I personally can't wait to see this be revealt
Googay - October 29, 2014 at 2:08am
WTF? Office 2010 & 2013 is for Windows, office 2011 is for Mac
Powerpoint fan - October 29, 2014 at 4:17am
I meant 2011, in parallels im now running 8.1 only for office 2013
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