In mid-July, Microsoft's conference in San Francisco, CEO Ballmer announced the launch of a new generation of Microsoft Office Preview. A new generation of office is designed to support the use of touch, a stylus, a mouse, or a keyboard on a Windows device, including a tablet computer. The new office, while supporting social networking, delivers modern scenarios, including reading, notes, meetings, and communication, and is delivered to users through the latest cloud service patterns.
The Word2013 preview version of the next-generation Microsoft Office Preview offers a new reading model that contains many features that allow users to view documents, annotate documents, and more. Let's take a look at it together.
Microsoft has said that for the next generation of Word products reading mode, the first thought is to redesign the layout, so that the content screen looks more beautiful. WORD2013 's reading mode provides a very flexible layout that automatically adjusts the paging mode to the desired visual effect based on the font and window size.
Now we open a document in the Word2013 preview and click on the bottom left corner of the software interface.
icon, you can enter the Word2013 new reading mode. Click on the arrow button to complete the page. This kind of horizontal screen dual-page mode is very suitable for tablet computers.
Icon: Word2013 new Reading Mode
If we shrink the window, the Word2013 preview version of the reading mode will automatically adjust the display style according to the window changes, such as single page and so on.
Diagram: Window narrowing automatically adjusts to single page reading mode
Click the other two icons in the lower-right corner of the software to switch to print mode and Web mode respectively.
Icon: Software interface Bottom Mode button
Left: Print mode right Image: Web mode
You can see the edit document (switch to print layout into edit state) in the View menu bar of reading mode in Word2013 Preview, navigation bar, show comment, width, page color, layout, and more. Convenient for users to choose their favorite PDF file browsing mode.
Diagram: Layout selection