Gallery options change based on the content in the clipboard and the app into which the content is pasted. Users can also export or import any customization changes made to the ribbon to facilitate backups, deployment, or sharing, or reset all ribbon customizations. The new icons are based on colors that correspond to their respective apps, as per previous releases, with an increased emphasis on app letters. From the Backstage view users can also save documents directly to remote locations within Excel, OneNote, PowerPoint, and Word to facilitate remote access and co-authoring sessions. A Microsoft account is required to use Office functionality related to OneDrive. In PowerPoint and Word, users must upload changes to the server by manually saving the shared document. Clicking this icon in PowerPoint and Word displays contact information including the presence of co-authors; similar information can be accessed through the Info tab of the Backstage view.
Share via Email Office continues Microsoft's love affair with the ribbon interface Microsoft has slashed the UK price of the version of Office that most business users will buy, while also offering a new Starter version free with new PCs. The new package also includes the OneNote note-taking program plus Office Web Apps, so users will get more software as well as a price cut. Office keycard Further cost savings will be available for those willing to do without the usual packaging and physical DVDs and buy what Microsoft calls Product Key Card versions of Office. The key card only provides a license key that can be used to activate a copy of Office that has been pre-installed on a new PC or perhaps downloaded online. Members of a family can install this version on three PCs. The cheapest version of Office will be free, but only when pre-installed on a new PC from selected PC manufacturers. Office Home and Business includes all of those plus Outlook