Chris Capossela, a Microsoft vice president, said in a statement: "The next version of Office is the most significant release in more than 10 years. Now, after many years of research and development, we're eager to put the software to the test and solicit technical feedback from select customers and partners."
Office 12 boasts a new user interface, but the company has yet to confirm a comprehensive list of all new features in the suite. Details on pricing also remain to be seen.
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