Microsoft Office 365 and Office 2013 have some great new features, including a user interface that makes the venerable productivity suite very usable on tablets.
Microsoft, which announced Office 2013 Monday, also said it now will focus its development efforts on Office 365, the suite's cloud-based edition, which first launched a year ago.
It appears on first look that Microsoft has managed to make the software more powerful without subjecting experienced users to a whole new learning curve. Using Office 365 (streamed to a client from the Web) won't feel any different from using Office 2013 installed on that device. Here's a quick look at some of the most interesting new features in Microsoft Office 2013.