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Offline MSI links are here: Download & Install Office 2013 Customer Preview Offline: English (32bit) English (64bit) Español (32bit) Español (64bit) Japanese (32bit) Japanese (64bit)
I have asked Microsoft about this directly for our office, and they informed me that an ISO was not available YET (implying that it would be available sometime in the future). Revised: Now available here: http://www.microsoft.com/office/preview/en/try-more-products
I've installed the Office 2013 preview, and other than the odd Metrofied colour schemes, it's really similar to Office 2007 and 2010. There's probably some new stuff, but its not very different from Office 2010 or 2007. From what I can tell, Office 2013 refers to the desktop client proper - while Office 365 refers to their equivalent of Google docs - the ...
I found it from here: http://www.microsoft.com/office/preview/en/try-more-products
Check to see what format is being used for the database. it's possible that it's using a Jet 3.5 database, which is no longer supported, and cannot be opened directly: (source) VB6 only supports Access 97 straight out of the box, and has to have service packs applied to support newer versions: (source) After a little more research, Access 2013 supports ...
Obviously the 64 bit if you want to make full use of the hardware capability of your system, but here are a few points to consider: What is in the 32-bit version of Office but is not included in the 64-bit version of Office? ActiveX controls library, ComCtl This library contains ActiveX controls that are used to build solutions. It is most ...
There is a document available on the Microsoft site how to add custom providers to this list: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=35474 It all consists out of some registry entries, I guess it is doable to create your own, but if Dropbox is smart, they'll provide their own provider.
For the Office 2013 production (RTM) version: Go to the File tab Go to Options Choose the General option on the left In the dialog, find the "Office Theme" dropdown item Choose between White, Light Gray, and Dark Gray
I've written a script that automates this for the current user, providing you know you dropbox installation directory. The script can be found here: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/46565/dropbox_service_add.bat The thread with full details on this can be found at https://forums.dropbox.com/topic.php?id=93098
Go to options > Advanced > Scroll Down to display settings > untick GPU settings That should do the trick.
The MSDN Subscription Downloads for Office 2013 (the couple I've checked anyway) are .exe, but given their size (~600–700MB) compared to Office 2010 (2525MB) there must be some form of dynamic download going on. This is a first open preview, at this stage it is common for not all installation options to be available (equally only "Professional Plus" edition ...
Preview is not a final product and it is a test drive. You cannot install full and final releases when there is a preview. So simply remove it. You cannot install preview on top of the pro versions (even if its a different product). Which could cause multiple issues. Setup will prevent the installation most probably (as we encountered the same issue with ...
My only suggestion for you to consider is whether or not you need any plug-ins or 3rd party support. I run the 64-bit version and have had some problems getting updates to certain add-ons in a 64-bit flavor. Because of the way they implemented the add-on interface, 32-bit add-ons I do not believe will work with the 64-bit version of Outlook. (The ...
Direct links (no need to provide professional information): 32-bit (ProPlus): http://care.dlservice.microsoft.com/download/2/9/C/29CC45EF-4CDA-4710-9FB3-1489786570A1/OfficeProfessionalPlus_x86_en-us.img?lcid=1033 64-bit (ProPlus): ...
Microsoft is now packaging it's traditional Office desktop productivity suite for a number of different platforms (PC software, web app, tablet) and selling methods (per year/user subscription vs purchase). It's created a bunch of confusion about what each offering includes (see this Supersite article). Here's a list of what each products includes: Office ...
I think the Office Bkgnds are only available if you use an online outlook account. If you have a local user acct the bkgnds are not available.
It should be possible to search for the Office apps you want shortcuts to, either by typing it's name at the Start Screen, or choosing search from the Charms Menu (Win + C). Ignore the fact that I am using Office 2010, it should be the same process for 2013. Right click on the app and a menu will come up at the bottom of the screen, select Pin to Start. ...
The Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013 60-day evaluation version is available here in: 32-bit and 64-bit editions These languages: Arabic, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Dutch, English, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Spanish
Up through version 2010 I would only ever consider using the 32 bit version of Office. It's also my understanding that Microsoft has been recommending that you install the 32bit version, although this probably wasn't their initial recommendation when 64bit versions of MS Office were first released. I have heard a lot of horror stories about compatibility ...
Go to options > Advanced > Scroll Down to display settings > check the disable hardware graphics acceleration box all your problems will be solved tested on Window 7
Try this: It says that we can have both. http://blog.sharedove.com/adisjugo/index.php/2012/12/20/problems-installing-visio-2013-professional-plus-after-office-2013-professional-plus-has-been-already-installed/ http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2739501/en-us
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