Microsoft Office 2012 15.0.2703.1000: First Look with Full Screenshots

As we reported earlier, Microsoft Office 2012 compilation already reached Milestone 2. Microsoft Office Build 15.0.2703.1000 is leaked and looking at the User Interface in screenshot, it looks quite impressive.

The new Microsoft Office 15.0.2703.1000 comes with dynamic application interface. According to the site Winreview.ru, who had access to the build 15.0.2703.1000, It no more supports Aero and uses Metro UI which was used in Media Center and showcased a full version in the Zune products.

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Microsoft Office 2012 15 icons

The program received more changes so far is in Outlook where you can see how the style adopted by Metro for access to email, contacts and calendar. The latter option also presents a new visualization for scheduled tasks.

Have a look at the video of changes in User Interface and Window transition effects on Microsoft Word 2012 v15

The other applications do not yet have any major changes, although we note that PowerPoint offers more templates and transitions, OneNote has a new splash screen, and Access could change the format of the databases. Word and Excel remain almost identical to the 2010 version, although it is likely that there are important changes to the spreadsheet.

Microsoft Office 15.0.2703.1000 | Microsoft Office 2012 Screenshots

Microsoft Word 2012 | MS Word 15

Microsoft Word 2012 | MS Word 15

Microsoft Powerpoint 2012 | MS Powerpoint 15

Microsoft Excel 2012 | MS Excel 15

Microsoft Access 2012 | MS Access 15

Microsoft Outlook 2012 | MS Outlook 15

Microsoft Publisher 2012 | MS Publisher 15

Microsoft OneNote 2012 | MS OneNote 15

Microsoft Visio 2012 | MS Visio 15

 

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uvais - March 15, 2011

Nice Good lookes 😉

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Sherif - April 28, 2011

Are you kidding me!!! looks the SAME as 2010’s!!

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Fean - June 23, 2011

Again that stupid clumsy ribbon. I dont know any extensive financial Excel user that likes the ribbon.
Newby excel users probably like the ribbon and probably make comments “going with you time, flexible mind”. This is not option for real extensive hardcore (financial) excel users. Never break something which is good. MS really did that.

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    Dan - September 14, 2011

    It looks like it is staying so you may as well try to live with it. I hated it at first too, but now I’m used to it I prefer it to be honest. There should be an option to turn it off and just use traditional menus, by now, though.

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Addl - August 6, 2011

Fean, there are loads of apps that restore the classic menu.

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Schneizel - August 13, 2011

Pretty similar to the Office 2010.
Still, the interface of Office 2010 is paramount.

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Raheem - November 5, 2012

Does this site even provide the ms office 2012 or only the ms office 2013? New to this site so bare with me.

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