Word 2013 can now edit PDFs - kind-of.
A PDF is opened in Word 2013 in read-only. Click View > Edit, and you can edit the text. Obviously pic elements (which might include some text in certain PDFs) can't be edited. The edited PDF defaults to a docx save, but you can then save it as a PDF with different filename, just not over your original PDF. And to think I paid $99 for my Foxit PDF Editor.
open source is no substitute for 1st party updates. or are you suggesting I should muck in and do some ICS coding to get it stable?
You're right. There's nothing funny about it at all. My WP7 device might only get another 6 months of updates, but I'm pretty sure it'll still have more support than most Android devices, and a LOT less problems than 3rd party hacked-on versions.
Last edited by elvis_presley; 19-07-2012 at 12:44 AM.
if anyone's interested, here's the reason this release of Office is Vista and later only: http://arstechnica.com/information-t...service-works/ - it's based on App-V. Going to make enterprise admin's job an absolute DREAM in the long run.
What this means is that whatever PC you sit down on, when you log in with your credentials, it'll stream down the bits of Office you need to get your work done. Same if you upgrade your PC at home or log in at another, just log in and all apps using this model would transparently stream in on demand.
Last edited by elvis_presley; 19-07-2012 at 12:49 AM.