Windows 8 Office Touch Apps: Here’s How Word, PowerPoint and Excel Look Like

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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At the Build 2014 event, we managed to have a quick glimpse at how the touch-enabled app version of Microsoft Office for Windows 8 will look like, and now thanks to a new leak we get to see more screenshots.
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Paul Thurrott from the WinSuperSite publication has gotten its hands on what seem to be the upcoming touch-enabled versions of Office apps – Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint but also Outlook and Lync. The screenshots that you will see below come from a leaked Microsoft presentation and by the looks of it, they do seem to be pretty legit. The user interface seems quite similar to what we’ve seen in the Microsoft Office suite apps for the iPad, but most likely, this isn’t the final version and there will be more work done. Have a look at the images for yourself in the galleries from below.

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Are these the upcoming Office touch apps for Windows 8?

Microsoft Word app for Windows 8

Microsoft PowerPoint app for Windows 8

Microsoft Excel app for Windows 8

Outlook app for Windows 8

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