In this month's Tech Update we discuss Microsoft Office 15, which has a possible release date in the fourth quarter of 2012.
You'll find our monthly K2 tips, which include two Excel tips - Entering Data and Formulas into Multiple Cells Simultaneously and Speeding Data Entry with Excel's Auto Fill Options - and a tip on Marking Up and Adding Comments to PDF Documents.
We have news about AT&T's Changes in their Data Policy, the availability of K2's 2012 Curriculum in an Excel Spreadsheet, and the AICPA's Top Technology Initiatives for 2012.
This month we spotlight one of our new courses for 2012 - iPad - An Effective Business Tool, in addition to two of our popular courses from last year - Excel Budgeting and Forecasting Techniques and PDF Forms - What Accountants Need to Know. And don't forget to review the new webinars being offered in April and May.
|Microsoft Readies Office 15|
Microsoft launched the next version of its flagship Office suite as a Technical Preview product on January 30, 2012 and a public beta release is expected in the summer. Office 15 - the codename for the suite - will have a number of significant changes designed to help information workers get more work done in less time. Although the product is still evolving and Microsoft will no doubt make countless changes before final release, the Technical Preview provides some early glimpses into the next generation of Microsoft Office.
The business world is clearly moving to a more visual user interface as with Office 15, Microsoft seems to be positioning this stalwart suite of tools squarely in the middle of this wave. By embracing the Metro user interface in Windows 8 and facilitating the use of touch screen technologies, Office 15 is more than just a cosmetic facelift on an old friend.
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