The anticipated launch into new platforms may represent the biggest changes for Office, whose rumored new features so far seem pretty incremental.
Sway can apply the functionality of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote to a new, intuitive kind of document that formats itself automatically and can even pull data from the web.
If you've been trying to figure out out how to better work collaboratively with coworkers, Microsoft has a new tool for Office 365: Groups. But right now, it's only for those using Microsoft's Office 365 web apps.
From bibliographies to footnotes and beyond, here's everything you need to know to use Microsoft Word's works cited tools.
You can draft or even post blog updates directly from Word to the most popular blogging platforms. There's even a workaround that helps with other blogging tools.
Automate repetitive text, data sorting, and more with these shortcuts.
Wrangle unruly text into easy-to-read formats using Word 2013's improved tables features.
Google keeps encroaching on Microsoft's Office territory, with a new capability to import tracked changes into Google Docs.
With Excel's versatile chart tool, putting together data visualizations is as easy as pie (groan).
As Office branches out beyond desktop software, Microsoft seeks beta volunteers.