MS Office 2010 vs. MS Office 2013

MS Office is the product of Microsoft for the office work. MS Office consists of MS Word, MS Power Point and MS Excel. MS Word is used to do work on simple documents in word file. MS PowerPoint is used to make presentations for office work. MS Excel is used for making sheets and doing statistical work. MS Office 2010 and MS Office 2013 are two versions of Microsoft Office. MS Office 2013 is latest version of MS Office while MS Office 2010 is the pervious one version. MS PowerPoint of MS Office 2010 has support for Visio Drawing while MS Office 2013 does not have such support for Visio Drawing. MS Office 2013 has improved touch and inking as compare to MS Office 2010. WordArt objects of MS Office 2010 are different from the WordArt objects of MS Office 2013.

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Contents: Difference between MS Office 2010 and MS Office 2013

What is MS Office 2010?

MS Office 2010 is the product of Microsoft for office work. It is the previous version of MS Office. MS Office 2010 consists of MS Word 2010, MS Power Point 2010 and MS Excel 2010. MS Word is used to do work on simple documents in word file. MS PowerPoint is used to make presentations for office work. MS Excel is used for making sheets and doing statistical work. MS Office 2010 has Microsoft Clip Organizer and also Microsoft Office Picture Manager. There are different chart styles in MS Office 2010. MS PowerPoint of MS Office 2010 has support for Visio Drawing.

MS Office 2013

MS Office 2013 is also the product of Microsoft for office work. It is the latest version of Microsoft Office. MS Office 2013 consists of MS Word 2010, MS Power Point 2013 and MS Excel 2013. MS Word is used to do work on simple documents in word file. MS PowerPoint is used to make presentations for office work. MS Excel is used for making sheets and doing statistical work. MS Office 2013 has improved touch and inking. Moreover it has the capability to broadcast documents on the web. MS PowerPoint for MS Office 2013 has new Slide designs, transitions and animations. It has a new “Read Mode”.

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Key Differences between MS Office 2010 and MS Office 2013

  1. MS Office 2013 is latest version of MS Office while MS Office 2010 is the pervious one version.
  2. MS Office 2013 has a new “Read Mode”.
  3. MS Office 2013 has improved touch and inking as compare to MS Office 2010.
  4. When compared with MS Office 2010, you can insert video and audio from online sources in MS Word 2013.
  5. MS Office 2013 has the capability to broadcast documents on the web.
  6. Alignment lines of MS Office 2013 for moving object are different from the alignment lines in MS Office 2010 for moving objects.
  7. MS Office 2010 has Microsoft Clip Organizer which has been removed from MS Office 2013.
  8. MS Office 2010 has Microsoft Office Picture Manager which has been removed from MS Office 2013.
  9. There are different chart styles in MS Office 2010 but MS Office 2013 doesn’t have chart styles.
  10. MS Word of MS Office 2010 has Custom XML Markup which is not available in MS Word of MS Office 2013.
  11. MS PowerPoint of MS Office 2010 has support for Visio Drawing while MS Office 2013 does not have such support for Visio Drawing.
  12. WordArt objects of MS Office 2010 are different from the WordArt objects of MS Office 2013.
  13. When compared with MS Office 2010, MS Office 2013 supports for Skype and Yammer.
  14. For scheduled tasks the visualization of MS Office 2013 is advanced as compared to that of MS Office 2010.
  15. There are advanced graphical options in MS Word of MS Office 2013 when compared with MS Word of MS Office 2010.
  16. MS PowerPoint for MS Office 2013 has new Slide designs, transitions and animations.
  17. New advanced Model limits are supported by MS Office 2013 as compared to MS Office 2010.
  18. Office.com, Bing.com and Flickr are with online picture support by MS Office 2013 which is not supported by MS Office 2010.
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