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Indezine News: More about PowerPoint 2013

We talked about PowerPoint 2013 last week, and promised you that you’ll hear from us soon. So here it is — in this issue, we are focusing on how you can participate in the Office Customer Preview, and install Office 2013, which of course includes PowerPoint 2013. First things first — if you head straight to the Office Customer Preview site and see no mention of Office 2013 anywhere on that site, don’t get confused! The Preview site uses the term Office 365 everywhere, and Microsoft’s vision of Office 365 is a set of services you subscribe to — and some Office 365 subscriptions include a desktop license for Office 2013. The free subscription that Microsoft is giving away as part of the Office Customer Preview thus is actually an Office 365 subscription plan with 5 licenses of Office 2013 included.

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