We’ve finished reviewing the final page proofs of Microsoft® Office Inside Out: 2013 Edition and the book is off to the printer. Our team did an amazing job, and if you use Office 2013 (either as a perpetual license, a volume license, or part of an Office 365 subscription), I’m confident you’ll find some good and useful stuff here.
It’s available for pre-order from Amazon now, for $29.00, which is 47% off the full retail price. And when you get the paperback you get the e-book version for free, in your choice of PDF, Kindle, EPUB, or other standard, DRM-free formats.
Microsoft® Office Inside Out: 2013 Edition
The book has full coverage of the five core applications in Office 2013: Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and OneNote, with additional material on Access, Publisher, and Lync. We also explain the difference between Office 2013 and Office 365 and help you decide which edition is the right one for you.
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8 thoughts on “Pre-order Office 2013 Inside Out”
How much coverage is included on Access? And do you know of an Access 2013 in depth book coming out?
Ken, our Access coverage is a single chapter that serves as a brief introduction to the program. It’s not comprehensive (the problem with covering eight programs in a single book).
Microsoft Press will have Access 2013 Inside Out, I am sure.
Thanks, Ed. A lot has changed since I last used it. I will keep an eye out for it.
Ed, do you cover any differences with Office RT?
Patty, there’s no specific coverage of Office RT. However, most of the features of the four Office RT programs work the same as in the x86 version. Most of the differences are related to macro support and a few advanced features. For example, OneNote RT doesn’t support audio or video note-taking.
Congratulations! Another classic, no doubt.
It must feel good to be through page proofs.
I’m still trying to get used to Outlook’s blue icon rather than yellow… 🙂