Microsoft Office Home and Business 2013 is an absolute professional editing tool for your growing business

• Text reflows automatically in columns for easy on-screen reading, a new added feature in Microsoft Office Home and Business 2013. Fewer menus lets you focus on your targeted content by using tools that complement value to your reading.
• Access PDF documents just like word with full freedom to enjoy while editing content such as paragraphs, lists and tables.
• Explore your professionalism with templates with time saving features.
• Each workbook has its own window in excel 2013 added in Microsoft Office Home and Business 2013 making your job easier while working on two workbooks parallel.
• Access multiple new functions in the math and trigonometry, statistical, engineering, date and time, logical and text function categories
• Recommended Chart button on the Insert tab lets you choice from variety of charts that are right for your figures. Access scatter and bubble charts.
• Draw, erase and edit your drawings easily. Share your handwritten notes and analyse your legibility.
• OneNote lets you automatically convert your handwritings into text format.
• The improved Send to OneNote tool makes it easier for users to paperclip whatever is visible on your screen.
• Send Web pages to notebook section and jot down Quick Notes to save it automatically as a part of your notebook and access it later on.
• Attach computer files to your notes that stores a copy of that file in notebook.
• Presenter View let users view notes on the monitor. Presenter View fixes all your issues and makes it simpler to work with.
• Smart Guides automatically space objects evenly.
• PowerPoint supports multimedia formats such as .mp4 and .mov with H.264 video and Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) audio.
• Calendar tool in Microsoft Office Home and Business lets you add local weather forecast right there in Calendar view with current conditions
• Receive push-based email, appointments and contacts from

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