Earlier today, we reported information about the upcoming Microsoft Office suite for the desktop has leaked. The Verge today posted few screenshots and information about of this upcoming Office version. As per the report, Microsoft has already started sharing builds of Office Technical Preview to its partners and testers. One major feature coming in the next release is the ‘Tell Me’ feature currently found in the Office Online web apps. Today, Mary Jo Foley reported many other features that will be part of this upcoming Office release. Read the summary of it below, Microsoft updating the Power Pivot data model to a new version that will be only supported in the new version of Excel. Refresh, edit and query of files using this model, won’t be supported without the new Excel version, though users with older versions still will be able to open files. Excel users will be able to pan and ...

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At Microsoft Project Conference 2014, Microsoft announced that Microsoft Project has steadily grown with more than 20 million people are using Project across businesses of all sizes right now. Microsoft also demoed no.of upcoming enhancements to Microsoft Project and revealed a new SKU called Project Lite which costs as low as $7 per user/month. We’re pleased to introduce Project Lite, a new cloud offering that will become available on May 1, 2014. Project Lite is designed specifically for project team members, with features to view/update Tasks, enter Issues/Risks and Timesheets. At just $7 per user/month, instead of the original $33 per user/month with an annual subscription, Project Lite will bring powerful cloud service to even more people and significantly lower Total Cost of Ownership for our customers. Read more from Office blog here. ...

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