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Felicity Huffman on OneNote, and Surface RT giveaway

According to Felicity Huffman, “If Office 365 is like having your office travel around with you, OneNote is like having an office assistant combined with my own personal tutor right there in my big Mom bag that I carry around everywhere.” Read on to find out how Felicity uses OneNote to keep everything straight and how to enter her Mother’s Day Giveaway of four Surface RT tablets, all equipped with Office 2013…


Office 2013 and Office 365 installations and transferability

A few weeks ago, we announced the new Office for consumers, including the all new Office 365 Home Premium, Office 365 University for college and university students, and traditional Office suites: Office Home and Student 2013, Office Home and Business 2013 and Office Professional 2013. Since then we’ve received questions about the number of installations people get with the traditional Office suites, transferability, and how they compare to Office 2010.…


Office for Windows RT

Traditionally, tablets have been great for reading, listening to music, watching movies, or keeping the kids entertained, but they haven’t met everyone’s needs for staying organized and getting things done. All that changed with last week’s announcement of Microsoft Surface with Windows RT, which, like all Windows RT devices, comes with Office Home & Student 2013 RT preinstalled at no additional charge.


Office 365 University for Higher-Education Students

Today, we’re introducing a new offering for university and college students called Office 365 University. Available in the first quarter of 2013, Office 365 University will be offered online, at retail locations and at Microsoft Stores in 52 markets worldwide. Starting today, eligible students can buy Office University 2010 or Office University for Mac 2011 and receive a free subscription to Office 365 University when it becomes available.


Recipes gone wild? Collect digital or scribbled ones in an OneNote cookbook

One of the oldest recipes ever to be discovered is a 4000-year-old beer formula recorded on a clay tablet. Those brew masters would envy the ways we catalog recipes today: a scrawled family recipe on an index card, bookmarked recipes from, or the batter-splattered page of your mom’s cookbook. But how the heck do you organize them so you can find one when it’s time to cook? It’s really easy.…