How much more can Microsoft do to tweak its venerable word processor? Those changes include a new document format, a simplified toolbar, and a new toolbox that combines palettes for managing formatting, clip art, iPhoto images, research, and bibliographies. But the biggest improvement is the addition of a new view option called Publishing Layout. In this new view, arranging text and graphics on the page is far simpler than it was in previous versions of Word. Like Apple, Microsoft has apparently concluded that people use word processing programs for far more than just creating text-based documents. Creating complex, graphics-rich documents requires tools historically found in powerful page layout programs such as Adobe InDesign or QuarkXPress. That environment is Publishing Layout.
If you bought Office through the Microsoft Store If you bought Office through the Microsoft Store, you can enter your product key there. Go to www. In the upper right-hand corner, select Sign in and enter the user ID and password you used to buy Office. After you sign in, select your name in the upper right-hand corner, and then select Order History. Locate the Office one-time purchase or individual Office app, and then select Install Office to view your product key this doesn't actually install Office. Select Install Office again in the window where the product key appears.