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Current Version Plugin of Microsoft Office 2010 & 2013 Download


Current Version Plugin of Microsoft Office 2013

This plugin is the current version of Microsoft Office 2010 and 2013, while the MS Office 2013 is the 15th version of MS Office suite for Windows. MS Office 2013 is suitable for IA-32 and x64 systems. Development of this version started in 2010 and it was released to manufacturing on October 11, 2012. It requires Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2 or later version of Microsoft Windows.

Microsoft Office 2013 has an extended file format support, user interface updates, and support for touch. Windows RT devices are bundled a version of Office 2013.

When Office 2013 is installed in Windows PC, a web browser plugin is also installed. This plugin allows users to have a better experience with Microsoft Sync, SharePoint etc.

With MS Office 2010, Microsoft started offering Office Web Apps, which includes free online versions of Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, and Microsoft OneNote. This plugin allows documents to be opened directly from web browser into the appropriate Office desktop application.

If you click Word in Web App, clicking Open in Word results in the document being opened in Microsoft Word in your computer. When you save document in Word, it is also saved at web location where it was opened.

This plugin is not recognized by Firefox and may show warning of being outdated. Manual update is not possible with this plugin as this is a part of MS Office suite. It will be updated with Office updates.

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Current Version Plugin of Microsoft Office 2010

Microsoft Office Web Apps, which includes free online versions of Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, and Microsoft OneNote. This enables users to download documents online unto their web browers.

Microsoft Office 2010 installs plugin in Firebox web browser which allows documents to be opened directly from web browser into the appropriate Office desktop application.

Firefox updates most of plugins automatically and show warning to users if any update is available to download. Plugin Microsoft Office plugin is unrecognized by Firefox at this time, to update Microsoft Office 2010 plugin for Firefox user needs to update current version of office suite or install available updates of Office Suite from Microsoft’s website.

The latest version of the plugin Microsoft Office 2010 comes with interesting features such as Ribbon interface, letter styling, background removal, text and photo effect, smart art pattern, screen capture, clipping tool and many more. You will be familiar with the latest features integrated in this plugin when you install it. The recent version of this plugin can be found and obtained through the web.

Features of current version plugin Microsoft Office 2010

  • Ribbon interface & backstage view on all apps
  • Background removal
  • Letter styling
  • Latest SmartArt templates
  • Live collaboration features
  • Jumplists in Microsoft Windows 7
  • New transitions and animations in the PowerPoint 2010
  • View synchronous or side-by-side scrolling with Microsoft 2010

Download

To install this download
    1. Download the file by clicking the Download button (above) and running the installation.

    Instructions for use

      1. Restart FireFox
      2. Open the document in Office Web Apps, and click the command to open the document in the Office desktop application (Open in Word, Open in Excel, or Open in PowerPoint).

      To remove this download

        1. On the Start menu, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel.
        2. Under Programs click Uninstall Programs.
        3. In the list of programs click Office Web Apps Browser Plugin, and then click Uninstall.
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