Microsoft Office 2013 Consumer Preview was released this week and now it is available to download for free.
Even I was a bit skeptical when the new version was presented during live press event, after trying it myself I can say I really like it. The interface looks nice (I would love to try it on a touch screen), cloud integration with SkyDrive is great and I bet some of the new features added to this version (like automatic text-to-columns function in Excel) will definitely come in handy. Anyhow, this post is not a review of the new version of Office. This time I would like to share some registry tweaks that might come in handy if you are planning to use or already using the Customer Preview version of Office 2013. Continue reading