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Microsoft has gone over some of the new features it has added into the upcoming Word 2013 for placing images inside of Word documents in a new development blog post.
Microsoft gives some information of how users of the upcoming Word 2013 software can use it to make document presentations online in combination with a Microsoft account.
Microsoft discusses how the upcoming Word 2013 has some new style options that will give users of the word processing software program some extra choices in their documents.
Microsoft offers up some more information on what kinds of new table features that users of Word 2013 can access, including new border painter and border galleries.
Microsoft offers up some more information about how Word 2013 handles its revision and commenting features, including the use of the new "Simple Markup" feature and doing away with harsh color tones.
In a new blog post, Microsoft talks about how Word 2013 users can now add online-based video clips into text documents to give some more color to basic presentations.
In a new blog post, Microsoft reveals more information about how Word 2013 handles layouts of documents, along with improved performance and compatibility features.
In a new blog post, Microsoft goes over some of the new features added in Word 2013 that deal with using the word processor on touch screen-based hardware devices.
Microsoft has offered more information on how the new version of Microsoft Word can convert PDF files into Word documents while attempting to keep the original PDF file layout.
In a new blog post, Microsoft gives some more information about how they have tried to make the reading experience better when using the upcoming Word 2013 program.
Microsoft talks more about the new and improved features it is putting into Word 2013, which is part of Microsoft's upcoming Office 2013 productivity suite of software.
From the information we have seen it seems that Microsoft could skip right over Adobe's PDF software, allowing users to edit PDFs and read them within the Word 2013 UI.