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Do I need to keep my Product Key? After you associate your Product Key to your Microsoft account, you can sign in to https: But it's a good idea to keep your Product Key in a secure location as proof of purchase or to help our support agents trace your product. In 2 years, we'll all wonder how we did without it. This is important to me because once in. Another thing that is important is the new, modern looking charts and tables. This isn't just the 'pretty' factor, but more effective to understanding lots of data more easily.
It's true that Microsoft is just catching up to Apple, Adobe and others, but they've at least done it. Equally important is the ability to instantly see changes to formatting before you've committed it to the whole document.
I've probably wasted a month's time over the course of the last year reformatting documents to do it a better way. If only I authored them in , which was available a year ago, I would have saved so much time. I don't want to get too personal here, but all the reviewers who are angry that their saved homework or important business document was saved in. Office makes it abundantly clear that you will be saving in. It tells you how and where to save it as a compatible.
I'm sorry, but if you're a student and you ignore all those messages, I think you're going to have more problems in school than using this version of Office. The Grammar check seems to be improved, catching problems that my Office did not.
Hot keys like Ctrl K for hyperlinks or Ctrl C to copy all still work. I'm not sure if they removed others as some reviewers have said, but so far it has not affected me.